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Former Ohio State National Champion football player dies of COVID-19

According to reports, a former Ohio State National Champion football player has died of COVID-19.

TMZ is reporting that Ivan Douglas, who played left tackle on the Buckeyes 2002 team had died at the age of 41 following a battle with COVID-19.

From TMZ:

Douglas — who helped block for Craig Krenzel and Maurice Clarett in the Buckeyes’ epic upset win over Miami in the 2003 Fiesta Bowl — contracted the virus last month and was placed in the hospital shortly after.

According to a GoFundMe set up in his honor, Douglas was “purple in color and his oxygen level was at 63%” when he entered the medical facility — and he needed to be placed into a medically induced coma a short time later.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Douglas.

Written by W.G. Brady

W.G. Brady is a Detroit-based journalist who has been covering the Detroit sports scene for Detroit Sports Nation for several years. He is in his early 30s and has a wealth of experience in the industry. Throughout his career, W.G. has established himself as a respected and knowledgeable journalist known for his in-depth coverage of the teams and athletes in Detroit. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for sports, W.G. has become a go-to source for fans and readers looking for the latest news and analysis on the Detroit sports scene. He has a good reputation in the sports community and is respected for his unbiased coverage of sports events. W.G. is known for his ability to uncover hidden stories and provide unique perspectives on the teams and athletes he covers. He has a good understanding of the city of Detroit and its sports culture, which he uses to inform his reporting and analysis. He continues to be a respected journalist in the Detroit sports industry.

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