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MCL injury sidelines Ohio State safety for spring

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Ohio State safety Vonn Bell had knee surgery Thursday to repair a sprained MCL suffered in the first spring practice of the year for the Buckeyes. Multiple reports have said Bell will be out for the remainder of the spring practice schedule in Columbus.

Bell, a sophomore, got his first start for the Buckeyes in the Orange Bowl in January, and he was expected to be a favorite to land one of the starting jobs at the safety position this fall. A former five-star recruit, the potential was high for Bell going in to the spring. There will be plenty of time to rehab and get back in to good shape for the fall. Ohio State expects Bell to be able to workout again in May.

According to, sophomore Cam Burrows will likely get some more reps in spring practices with the first team defense. The former cornerback was already working on switching positions and competing with Bell and Tyvis Powell for a starting job at safety.

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3 Responses to “MCL injury sidelines Ohio State safety for spring”
  1. derekgorgonstar says: Mar 6, 2014 10:33 PM

    The cops can catch him easier because he’ll be limping.

  2. steeler1nation says: Mar 7, 2014 2:23 AM

    It’s 2:23 in the a.m., and M*ch*g*n still sucks.

  3. jrs45 says: Mar 7, 2014 7:07 PM


    And yet you still can’t catch him fat boy lol!!!

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