Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett left Saturday’s win over the rival Michigan Wolverines on Saturday with a mysterious injury that apparently occurred prior to kickoff.
After the game, Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer was livid and revealed Barrett was injured during a collision in a pre-game collision with a camera man.
On Sunday, Meyer provided a little update on Barrett’s injury, but did not say whether the star quarterback will be available for next weekend’s Big Ten Championship clash with the undefeated Wisconsin Badgers.
“We won’t know for a couple days, but everything seems to be improving,” Meyer said, via Bill Rabinowitz of The Columbus Dispatch.
The senior signal-caller left Saturday’s game in the third quarter.
If Barrett is unable to go, backup quarterback Dwayne Haskins will get the start against Wisconsin.
Kickoff for the Big Ten Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis is set for 8:00 p.m. ET on FOX.