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LGHL Ohio State QB Stephen Collier out for the year, per report

Discussion in 'News' started by Luke Zimmermann, May 4, 2016.

  1. Ohio State QB Stephen Collier out for the year, per report
    Luke Zimmermann
    via our friends at Land-Grant Holy Land
    Visit their fantastic blog and read the full article (and so much more) here

    OSU's down a QB after a spring game injury.

    Prospective third string quarterback and well regarded locker room presence Stephen Collier is out for the year, according to a report by Eleven Warriors.

    Though Collier had seemed some distance behind redshirt freshman Joe Burrow in the race to be J.T. Barrett's principal backup, he's a well renown "glue guy" and someone his teammates and coaches alike hold in very high regards.

    According to 11W, Collier suffered an apparent ACL injury during OSU's spring game. Collier saw extended action during the exhibition.

    Many suspected something was potentially up after Collier started tweeting the kind of things we're accustomed to seeing from athletes after they've suffered a physical setback early this morning and late last night:

    Time to make it shake. God got me.

    Stephen Collier (@S13Collier) May 4, 2016

    Just gotta trust Him even though I can't see the plan. This is tough.

    — Stephen Collier (@S13Collier) May 4, 2016

    Best of luck to Collier during his rehabilitation.

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