Ohio State wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. got a huge shot from a Georgia defender late in the third quarter when he tried to catch a ball from CJ Stroud aimed at the back of the end zone. rice field.
Harrison attempted a last-minute catch, but was met by Javon Bullard and the star receiver went down for a down. He left the game with a concussion and did not return, Ohio State won his 35-24 when the injury occurred and he ultimately lost 42-41.
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Ohio State coach Ryan Day said after the game that the loss of Harrison had a huge impact on the outcome.
“If you say losing Marvin impacted the game, it absolutely did,” Day said via ESPN.
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Bullard was initially penalized for being targeted, but the call was later overturned. Day was unsure if it was right to overturn Cole, but was a little embarrassed because Harrison had a concussion.
The starwide receiver said he was fit enough to return, but his trainer kept him out.
“It was just a regular hit. I felt good enough to get back into the game.”
Harrison finished with five catches for 106 yards and two touchdowns.
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With the loss, the Buckeyes finished the year 11–2. I’m on a losing streak.