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College Football Injuries: Ohio State heads into season finale relatively healthy

The Ohio State Buckeyes take a healthy roster into the season finale against the Michigan Wolverines, looking to complete their undefeated season.

Gregory Shamus

The Ohio State Buckeyes are relatively healthy as they head into their season finale with the Michigan Wolverines, dealing with only a handful of major injuries.

Running back Jordan Hall has not played since suffering a torn PCL on Sept. 29 against the Michigan State Spartans and will likely miss the remainder of the season. Hall, a senior, is eligible for a medical redshirt.

Fellow running back Warren Ball, a freshman, is also redshirting after injuring his foot prior to the season. The injury required surgery.

The most recent injury to the Buckeyes happened in the secondary with freshman Devan Bogard. Bogard tore his ACL in late October, forcing him out for the remainder of the season. Bogard did not play a huge role on the defense, but as a freshman, was the first player to lose his helmet stripe--signifying his readiness to play at the college level--and was a favorite among the coaching staff, especially head coach Urban Meyer, according to Doug Lesmerises of the Plain Dealer.

The Ohio State Buckeyes and their healthy roster host the Michigan Wolverines Saturday.

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