Jordan Hall will be the starting running back for Ohio State against UAB on Saturday, according to an update from Luke Zimmerman at Land-Grant Holyland.
Hall, who returned last weekend from a foot injury, replaces heralded freshman Bri'onte Dunn on the depth chart. Dunn was listed as the No. 1 back last Saturday against California, but ended up receiving zero carries.
Some suspected that the Buckeyes would ease Hall back into action, but after a 17-carry performance against Cal, it appears he is their top running back. Quarterback Braxton Miller handled the rest of the rushing load, carrying the ball 12 times.
The only other change to the Ohio State depth chart is Storm Klein, who replaces Camren Williams as a backup middle linebacker.
The Buckeyes take on UAB at noon ET Saturday.