Ohio State senior running back Jordan Hall was unable to finish the Buckeyes’ game against Michigan State due to a knee injury.
ESPN’s Brian Bennett reported that Hall “has a partial tear of the PCL ligament in his right knee.” The report also states that the running back is doubtful for OSU’s upcoming matchup with Nebraska. There is no set date for his return.
This is a major disappointment for the senior, who had racked up 192 yards on 34 carries in the previous two games for the Buckeyes.
Before that, he sat out the team’s first two contests with a foot injury that he had suffered in the offseason, as Bennett notes. When Hall left the game against the Spartans, he had recorded 26 yards on six carries and scored his first touchdown of the season.
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