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LGHL Curtis Samuel reportedly had surgery, could miss spring practice

Discussion in 'News' started by Alexis Chassen, Jan 19, 2016.

  1. Curtis Samuel reportedly had surgery, could miss spring practice
    Alexis Chassen
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    The halfback could miss spring practice.

    Ohio State running back/halfback Curtis Samuel underwent surgery Tuesday, according to a report from Bucknuts, and could miss some, or all, of spring practice. Samuel reportedly suffered a toe injury during the Fiesta Bowl in January, but was able to play through the pain.

    The 5'11, 196-pound sophomore finished the 2015 with 17 rushes for 132 yards and a touchdown; his rushing role was dramatically reduced from 2014, when he amassed 383 yards on 58 carries with six touchdowns. Switching to the H role, Samuel saw an uptick of targets as a receiving threat.

    Samuel's role for 2016 isn't totally set, as he could step in at running back to replace replace Ezekiell Elliott's production, continue to work out an H or wideout, or some combination of all three. What is clear is that no matter where Samuel lines up for Ohio State, he figures to play a large role in the offense, especially with so much inexperience all over the field. Here's hoping he makes a prompt, and full, recovery.

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