Ohio State's Kamryn Babb working on return after 'bump in the road,' Ryan Day says
Kamryn Babb has battled a lot of injuries throughout his career at Ohio State. The last thing anyone in Columbus wanted to see what the receiver sustain another knee injury that might hinder his 2022 season.
Last week, Babb appeared to suffer another knee injury, according to Lettermen Row. The good news? Head coach Ryan Day says it hasn’t been that big of a deal.
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That’s great for Babb, who has suffered four knee injuries and a broken leg during his career.
“He’s been healthy,” Day said, per Lettermen Row. “You know, he had a little bump in the road that we were a little worried about. But it didn’t come back as a big deal, so that was great.
“I thought up until that practice, he had been really practicing at a high level and really had a chance to have an impact on this offense. I think he will. We’ll get him back in a couple weeks and get back to work.”
Because of the continued injuries, Babb hasn’t seen much time on the field while in Columbus. Even though he hit a “bump in the road,” Day is optimistic he’ll be ready for the start of the 2022 season.