To be the best in the Big Ten, a team has to be complete on both sides of the football. In Ohio State’s case, the reinstatement of linebacker Storm Klein is a step in the right direction.
After getting arrested in early July, Klein was cut loose by Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes coaching staff.
Six weeks and one guilty plea (to reduced charges of a misdemeanor for disorderly conduct, according to ESPN’s Austin Ward) later, Klein will rejoin his team on the practice field. The linebacker still faces a two-game suspension once the season begins, but he will return to action before the Buckeyes’ schedule gets too rocky.
Klein’s initial charge was for domestic battery, and his actions cost him his spot on the team. He has already missed valuable practice time, which would have helped him to learn his place in Coach Meyer’s system.
Now that he’s back, what will Klein’s reinstatement do for the team?
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