May 22, 2024

Ohio State injury report for Week 12: Josh Proctor, Lathan Ransom, and Devin Brown, Tommy Eichenberg updates.

The Minnesota Golden Gophers and the Ohio State Buckeyes (10-0) will play on Saturday. Kickoff is scheduled for 4 p.m. ET. Next week, Ohio State travels to Michigan to play the team that will win the Big Ten and most likely advance to the college football playoffs.

But before Week 12, Ohio State has a long injury report. On this team, the majority of the players don’t have major roles. Let’s examine the main injuries and their current states for this week.

The Ohio State Buckeyes have a long list of injuries, including linebacker Tommy Eichenberg, running back Miyan Williams, and safeties Josh Proctor and Lathan Ransom.

Update on Lathan Ransom’s injuries


Ohio State security Lathan Ransom is doubtful to play against Minnesota on Saturday after being sidelined by an injury for the previous two games. 34 tackles, one interception, and one forced fumble have all been recorded by him.

Update on Josh Proctor’s injuries
Josh Proctor is listed as questionable due to an undisclosed injury, but Ryan Day stated he should be able to play, so Ohio State may be without its starting safety once more.

On his radio show, Day stated, “He should be ready to go for Saturday, which is a great boost to our defence.”
The Buckeyes suffered a major setback last week when Proctor was declared ineligible for their matchup with Michigan State. Proctor has made 35 tackles and one interception so far this season.

Update on Tommy Eichenberg’s injuries


Due to an undisclosed injury, linebacker Tommy Eichenberg of the Buckeyes is listed as questionable for Saturday’s game against Minnesota. Due to an injury, he was unable to play against Michigan State last week. The linebacker has made 73 tackles, one sack, one interception, and one forced fumble so far this season.

Update on Devin Brown’s injuries


Brown, the backup quarterback for the Buckeyes, hurt his lower leg during last month’s game against Penn State. Despite missing the previous three games due to injury, he should be healthy for this weekend’s Week 12 matchup against Minnesota.

Although Brown’s status is still listed as questionable, Ohio State may be able to rely on him in the event that Kyle McCord is hurt or needs a break.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *