Ohio State RBs coach Tony Alford reveals serious injury to Marcus Crowley
Marcus Crowley was hoping to carve out a role in Ohio State’s backfield for the 2022 season. Unfortunately, that may not materialize after another injury.
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Last season, Crowley appeared in limited action and rushed for 103 yards with the Buckeyes. His best game came with 58 rushing yards in the win against Rutgers but his season was cut short after an injury during the bye week.
Unfortunately, RBs coach Tony Alford announced Friday that Crowley has sustained “another serious injury.” Head coach Ryan Day followed that announcement by revealing that Crowley will be medically retiring from football as a result.
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Tony Alford says OSU RB Marcus Crowley has suffered “another serious injury” and that Ryan Day may announce more on the subject down the line. pic.twitter.com/aFKUfMVtDj
— Griffin Strom (@GriffinStrom3) May 6, 2022
OSU coach Ryan Day said RB Marcus Crowley will medically retire because of his injury. He also said DE/LB Mitchell Melton tore his ACL in the spring game.
— Bill Rabinowitz (@brdispatch) May 6, 2022
Crowley originally joined Ohio State as a 4-star RB via the 2019 recruiting class. His best season as a Buckeye came as a freshman when he rushed for 237 yards and a touchdown while backing up J.K. Dobbins and Master Teague.