Ohio State’s running back depth is taking another hit this spring.

According to a report from Lettermen Row, running back Master Teague is listed as unavailable for the remainder of spring practice. He reportedly suffered an injury during the first day of practice. The nature of the injury was not disclosed.

Teague was the team’s second-leading rusher last season, behind starter J.K. Dobbins. Teague racked up 789 yards and four touchdowns behind Dobbins last year. He also hauled in four catches for 60 yards.

With Dobbins’ departure, Ohio State is low on bodies at the running back position. Currently, Steele Chambers is the only scholarship running back healthy for spring football, though Ryan Day does expect to have others back come the start of the 2020 season.

Still, those missed repetitions could hurt the Buckeyes.