Ohio State WR likely to miss season opener vs. Notre Dame
One Ohio State wide receiver is likely to miss the season opener vs. Notre Dame, according to head coach Ryan Day.
During his Monday press conference, Day revealed that WR Kamryn Babb has sustained another injury during training camp. Day expects Babb to be back on the field in a couple of weeks, and that timeline would keep him off the field against the Irish on Sept. 3.
Fortunately, Day does not believe Babb’s injury is season-ending but he wants to be careful due to the injury history of the Buckeye receiver.
Day hopes Kam Babb will be back on the field in a couple weeks after an injury setback. Day says he doesn’t expect it to cost him the whole season.
— Griffin Strom (@GriffinStrom3) August 22, 2022
Day said WR Kamryn Babb “had a setback” but said he hopes he’ll be back on the field in a couple weeks.
— Bill Rabinowitz (@brdispatch) August 22, 2022
Babb came to Ohio State with high expectations but has battled multiple knee injuries throughout his career. Entering 2022, Babb was the recipient of Ohio State’s “Block 0” jersey and was hoping to have a strong season with the offense.
Hopefully, this proves to be a minor setback for Babb’s year.
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