Not so surprisingly, one portion of Ohio State’s three-headed quarterback competition who’s found himself limited this spring won’t take the field for the finale.
Ahead of spring practice No. 12 Monday morning, OSU head coach Urban Meyer confirmed that J.T. Barrett will not play in the Buckeyes’ spring game this Saturday. Both the OSU coaching and medical staff are taking the cautious tack when it comes to Barrett’s ankle, which he fractured in the regular-season finale against Michigan and subsequently underwent surgery to repair.
Barrett, who had screws removed from the ankle in February, has been in non-contact mode this spring, although Meyer stated that the redshirt sophomore has gotten more reps than expected. Barring a setback between now and August, Barrett is expected to be 100-percent healthy for the start of summer camp.
As for the other injured quarterback, Meyer stated that he’s been told Braxton Miller‘s “
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