Miyan Williams is out for Ohio State Football against Maryland

While TreVeyon Henderson and Chip Trayanum will return to add some depth to the Ohio State Football running back room against Maryland, the Buckeyes will still be without their leading rusher.

After being helped off the field and taken to the dressing room late in the first half against Indiana, Ohio State forward Miyan Williams is unavailable Saturday afternoon against Maryland.

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Before the injury, Williams had 147 rushing yards on 15 carries, including a 48-yard touchdown run. But when he returned to the sidelines in the second half, he wore a jockey on his right foot and used crutches.

“Based on what we saw in the locker room, it didn’t look like it was going to be anything really long-term, so we’ll see how he feels overnight,” Ohio State coach Ryan Day said of Williams’ condition after the game.

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After Ohio State’s 56-14 win over Indiana, Williams tweeted, “I’m fine… Go Bucks.”

In nine games, Williams leads the Buckeyes in 783 rushing yards on 117 carries, averaging 6.7 yards per rush. He also has 13 rushing touchdowns.

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TreVeyon Henderson, Chip Trayanum on Return

Henderson and Trayanum will return for Ohio State against Maryland on Saturday afternoon

Henderson suffered a foot injury on September 18 against Toledo before exacerbating it against Penn State and missing the last two games against Northwestern and Indiana.

Trayanum was a game decider before the Indiana game, but didn’t go through the pregame warm-ups or play against the Hoosiers.

College football rankings 2022

Here’s a look at the 2022 College Football Playoffs third-place finish.

  1. Georgia (10-0)
  2. Ohio State (10-0)
  3. Michigan (10-0)
  4. TCU (10-0)
  5. Tennessee (9-1)
  6. LSU (8-2)
  7. USC (9-1)
  8. Alabama (8-2)
  9. Clemson (9-1)
  10. Utah (8-2)
  11. Pennsylvania (8-2)
  12. Oregon (8-2)
  13. North Carolina (9-1)
  14. Ole Miss (8-2)
  15. State of Kansas (7-3)
  16. UCLA (8-2)
  17. Washington (8-2)
  18. Notre Dame (7-3)
  19. State of Florida (7-3)
  20. UCF (8-2)
  21. Tulane (8-2)
  22. State of Oklahoma (7-3)
  23. Oregon State (7-3)
  24. NC state (7-3)
  25. Cincinnati (8-2)

The Ohio State Football schedule for 2022

  • 3 Sept: State of Ohio 21, Notre Dame 10
  • September 10: Ohio State 45, Arkansas State 12
  • 17 Sep: State of Ohio 77, Toledo 21
  • 24 Sept: State of Ohio 52, Wisconsin 21
  • 1 Oct: State of Ohio 49, Rutgers 10
  • 8 Oct: State of Ohio 49, State of Michigan 20
  • 22 Oct: State of Ohio 54, Iowa 10
  • 29 Oct: Ohio State 44, Penn State 31
  • 5 Nov: State of Ohio 21, Northwest 7
  • November 12th: State of Ohio 56, Indiana 14
  • November 19: Ohio State vs. Maryland, College Park, Maryland, 3:30 p.m., ABC
  • November 26: Ohio State vs. Michigan, Columbus, Ohio, noon, FOX

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