Ohio State will  be missing multiple starters as the Buckeyes look to get back on track vs. Tulsa in Week 3.

Star pass rusher Zach Harrison is amongst 13 Buckeyes who won’t play vs. the Golden Hurricane. That’s according to Ohio State’s availability report, which was released early on Saturday afternoon.

Linebacker Teradja Mitchell is listed as a game-time decision.

Offensive lineman Harry Miller is also out again after missing Ohio State’s first two games of the 2021 season. He started seven games for the Buckeyes in 2020.

Harrison is expected to be one of Ohio State’s best defensive players this season. He’s a former 5-star recruit who earned praise from players and coaches during fall camp. However, he has not yet recorded a sack or a tackle for loss this season.

Ohio State’s defense struggled vs. Oregon in Week 2. It’s unclear who will be calling plays for the Buckeyes’ defense on Saturday vs. Tulsa.

Kick off is at 3:30 p.m. ET.

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