Published: Fri, December 01, 2017
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Undergoes surgery, still expected to play

Undergoes surgery, still expected to play

Knee injury on Saturday.

That's the life of the Ohio State quarterback, who suffered an injury after he was hit by a camera before the Buckeyes' win over MI last week.

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One day after leaving Ohio State's victory over MI with a knee injury, Buckeyes quarterback J.T. Barrett underwent surgery, according to Tim May of The Columbus Dispatch. Barrett didn't return and was replaced by backup quarterback Dwayne Haskins, who finished the game. Although he was able to play, Barrett was forced to leave in the third quarter when he twisted the knee again. Only coaches and players usually are allowed inside and it is not known exactly where the incident took place.

If Haskins does indeed start on Saturday, it will be the second time that an injury suffered against MI has forced him to miss the Big Ten title game against Wisconsin. The Buckeyes have understandably been playing matters cautiously with Barrett in practice - he has reportedly looked good after getting work in on Tuesday and Wednesday and is expected to practice on Thursday - but so far, so good.

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The No. 8 Buckeyes will be in the College Football Playoff conversation with a win over No. 4 Wisconsin on Saturday, though there would still be significant hurdles for OSU to make the final four.

Barrett, a senior, has thrown for 2,728 yards, 32 touchdowns and just seven interceptions on the season.

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