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LGHL Ohio State RB Bri’onte Dunn dismissed from program

Discussion in 'News' started by Luke Zimmermann, Jul 18, 2016.

  1. Ohio State RB Bri’onte Dunn dismissed from program
    Luke Zimmermann
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    OSU sends an upperclassman potential starter packing.

    Widely expected to be either the starter or top backup to succeed Ezekiel Elliott at running back, Ohio State fifth year senior Bri’onte Dunn was dismissed by the football team Monday.

    “Bri’onte Dunn has been dismissed from the Ohio State football program for a violation of team rules,” OSU head coach Urban Meyer said in a statement.

    Dunn, a Canton, OH native, had one season of eligibility remaining.

    The specifics that led to his dismissal were not made available by the team or otherwise.

    Coming out of high school, Dunn has was a four-star hailing from GlenOak. The number eight running back in his class, Dunn never broke through the way many expected, struggling to seize the few limited opportunities he received throughout his time in Columbus.

    Buckeye head coach Urban Meyer said as recently as this March he’d hoped Dunn would win the battle against sophomore running back Mike Weber to become the Buckeyes’ primary ballcarrier.

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