This past Saturday when the Ohio State Buckeyes were taking on the Michigan Wolverines, Buckeyes starting QB J.T Barrett left the game early.
Following the game, Barrett stated that before the game a photographer ran into him before the game had started.
According to the Columbus Dispatch, Barrett underwent surgery on Sunday to remove a piece of a torn meniscus in his right knee.
Reports state that the senior QB is expected to play in Saturday Night’s Big Ten Championship Game against the Wisconsin Badgers.
During the game against Michigan, Barrett was 3-8 for 30 yards and threw one touchdown pass. Barrett also had 15 rushes for 67 yards and also had a rush TD.
During Barrett’s time at Ohio State, he has been 745-1167, thrown for 9,098 yards, has 102 touchdown passes, and has thrown 28 interceptions. He also has 622 rushing attempts for 3,148 yards and has 40 rush TDs.
#8 Ohio State vs #4 Wisconsin will be shown on FOX and will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium.
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