Urban Meyer Livid, Says J.T. Barrett's Injury Caused By Cameraman on Sideline

Urban Meyer Livid, Says J.T. Barrett's Injury Caused By Cameraman on Sideline

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Urban Meyer Livid, Says J.T. Barrett's Injury Caused By Cameraman on Sideline

Ohio State lost quarterback J.T. Barrett to an injury during today’s victory over Michigan. The senior had trouble getting up after a hit in the third quarter and didn’t return. Buckeyes backup Dwayne Haskins was brilliant in relief, leading the road team to a 31-20 victory.

After the game, Urban Meyer threw a twist into the plot when he seethed over the circumstances of the injury, claiming it occurred before the game.

Barrett was only 3-for-8 with 30 yards through the air. He did rush 15 times for 67 yards and a touchdown before exiting, meaning he was healthy enough to make a difference on the field.

Video of this incident has yet to emerge. We’re in the infancy of what promises to be a major story here and it’s a bit confusing as to exactly what actually went on.

UPDATE: Barrett has weighed in.

Perhaps there’s a very nervous cameraman fleeing the state right now. Perhaps Meyer’s claim will prove to be inaccurate. Either way, wild stuff.

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