Ohio State head coach Ryan Day gave an update on several key injured players on Monday on The Fan’s Buckeye Roundtable radio show.

Luckily for Buckeyes fans, Day delivered some good news.

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Day said after evaluating the starters TreVeyon Henderson, Mike Hall, Josh Proctor and Tanner McCalister, he doesn’t expect long-term injuries for any of them.

The starters all picked up minor injuries over the weekend when Ohio State faced Toledo.

Though they have made progress, the team still isn’t sure if they will be ready to go on Saturday against Wisconsin.

“All of those are not long-term injuries. So we’re gonna do the best we can to get them healthy,” Day said on the show. “They’re working hard on their rehab because we’re gonna need all those guys for this weekend.”

Day’s players will continue to work through rehab for the rest of the week.