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Buckeyes’ D-line rotation takes a hit

Tommy Schutt

A player who figured to be a big part of Ohio State’s defensive line rotation has suffered an injury that will keep him off the field for a significant portion of the season.

First reported by, and further confirmed by the Columbus Dispatch, Tommy Schutt suffered a broken foot during a recent practice.  As a result, the lineman will miss a period of 6-8 weeks rehabbing the injury.  Head coach Urban Meyer subsequently confirmed that Schutt would be out “until midseason.”

The most optimistic prognosis would get Schutt back in mid-October, a time frame that would mean at least six missed games.

Schutt had been listed as the backup at both nose tackle and defensive tackle on Ohio State’s most recent depth chart, with an “OR” between himself and Chris Carter (NT) and Michael Hill (DT).

As a true freshman in 2012, Schutt played in 10 games.

(Photo credit: Ohio State athletics)

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5 Responses to “Buckeyes’ D-line rotation takes a hit”
  1. necr0philia says: Aug 28, 2013 7:38 PM

    I can see it know: Buckeyes make it to the NCG and get killed by an SEC team and blame it on this one kids Injury. LMAO calm down calm down I’m only kidding they probably want even make it to a BCS game!

  2. necr0philia says: Aug 28, 2013 7:39 PM

    Now not know! Sorry one too many!

  3. jrs45 says: Aug 28, 2013 7:56 PM

    They probably want? Drunk hillbilly lol!!!

  4. necr0philia says: Aug 28, 2013 8:06 PM

    More like West Palm Beacher!

  5. spunhead73 says: Aug 29, 2013 5:23 PM

    It wouldn’t matter if OSU lost 4 starters from the defense,they don’t play anybody good,so no worries SUCKEYE nation. They are the most overrated team in the country.

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