Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett was apparently injured before Saturday's game against MI, and coach Urban Meyer is not happy about it.
According to Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer, Barrett's knee injury didn't occur during the game, rather before it. He also ran for 67 yards and a touchdown.
Haskins, a redshirt freshman, took full advantage of his chance to play.
Mike Weber sealed it for Ohio State with a 25-yard touchdown run with 1 minute 44 seconds left.
MI gave Ohio State everything it wanted and more.
As Barrett warmed up near the Ohio State bench and a red cart, someone tried to squeeze past him, but bumped into the quarterback on the way by. He helped the Buckeyes get into the College Football Playoff, but was unable to play in the postseason following a season-ending injury. He stayed down on the field before limping off, and he did not return after he was replaced by Dwayne Haskins.
Barrett was 3 for 8 for 30 passing yards and a touchdown before leaving with the injury. The extra point gave the Buckeyes a 21-20 lead.
The teams were tied at 14 at halftime. A 13-play, 77-yard drive gave the Wolverines a 7-0 lead at the 6:02 mark of the first quarter.
Khalid Hill's 2-yard scoring run capped a 13-play, 77-yard MI drive in the opening quarter.
O'Korn appeared to keep the drive alive on third down, scrambling to his left and stretching the ball out near the first down marker while running out of bounds, but he was marked a yard short.
MI began the drive at the OSU 5 after a 42-yard punt return from Donovan Peoples-Jones and a holding penalty on the Buckeyes.