Report: Ohio State OL expected to miss remainder of the season
Ohio State received some bad news on Friday morning as OL Harry Miller will miss the remainder of the season.
That comes via a Letterman Row report. According to that story, Miller is out with a lower leg injury; he has been battling injuries all season long.
“Lettermen Row sources with direct knowledge of the situation indicated a lingering knee injury will keep Miller from making a return to action for the Buckeyes this season,” said Austin Ward. “An outcome everybody involved had been working to avoid but is now a reality.”
In late September, it looked like Miller would make it back onto the field. Ryan Day indicated at the time that Miller was being eased back into things. Luke Wypler has been starting in place of Miller.
BREAKING: Ohio State has officially ruled out offensive lineman Harry Miller for the year with a lower-leg injury.
The former five-star and a starter for the Buckeyes last season has struggled to get healthy since the opener, and another rehab is underway. https://t.co/U2Y3pDFLao
— Austin Ward (@AWardSports) November 19, 2021
The injury will be a massive blow to the Buckeyes as they have No. 7 Michigan State and No. 6 Michigan in the final stretch of the season and the postseason as well. This season, Ohio State has its eyes set on another B1G East and B1G championship crown as the Buckeyes are 9-1 and 7-0 in conference play.
Ohio State hosts No. 7 Michigan State in the Shoe at 12 pm EST on ABC.
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