Wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. exited the game with an apparent leg injury, the result of a block gone wrong while assisting teammate TreVeyon Henderson during his 61-yard touchdown run.
He required assistance from Ohio State's medical staff to leave the field, proceeding directly to the medical tent for evaluation.
Here's the replay of the pivotal moment in question, where Harrison's block played a crucial role in freeing Henderson for the long touchdown, further extending Ohio State's lead following a significant fourth-down stop by the defense.
As the unquestioned top wide receiver prospect in the 2024 NFL Draft class, Harrison has displayed utter dominance throughout the season, fully justifying the high expectations set for him in preseason evaluations that solidified his status as a guaranteed top-three pick in every mock draft
Ohio State has now established a 10-0 lead against the Fighting Irish, but apprehension regarding Harrison's condition is now overshadowing what could potentially be a significant road victory against a top-10 opponent.