Ohio State is looking to get healthy as the season winds down, but the Buckeyes will be down some important pieces for Thursday’s game against Michigan State.

Coming off of a two-game losing streak, Ohio State will be without starter Zed Key and key reserve Kyle Young while facing the Spartans. Key is out with an ankle injury sustained late in the loss to Maryland. Young started for Key in the loss vs. Nebraska but played just 8 minutes before leaving with an illness.

While Ohio State is still playing for seeding in the B1G Tournament, a bigger concern for the Buckeyes right now is getting healthy in time for the postseason. We will have to wait and see when Young and Key are able to return to action.

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