LOOK: Video emerges of Ohio State’s J.T. Barrett moments after alleged collision with cameraman


On Saturday, Ohio State weathered the storm early on before pulling away late to defeat Michigan 31-20 at the Big House.

Following the conclusion of the game, news broke that Buckeyes quarterback J.T. Barrett was hit in the knee by a cameraman prior to kickoff. Watch as Barrett explains what happened during his post-game press conference.

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer was clearly upset after the game and vowed to find out who the cameraman was who ran into Barrett.

On Monday, TMZ released a video which was recorded by a fan in attendance for Saturday’s game. The video shows Barrett limping after allegedly getting bumped by the cameraman but does not show the actual contact itself.

It will certainly be interesting to see if video emerges of the actual contact between the cameraman and Barrett. Until then, this video does not exactly satisfy our needs.


WATCH: Wilton Speight talks about decision to transfer from Michigan

On Sunday, news broke that Wilton Speight had decided to transfer from the Michigan football program for his final year of eligibility.

“It’s been a wild ride and, one, I wouldn’t trade anything and, two, there’s absolutely no bad blood,” Speight told Galli. “There’s certain things that are maybe hard to put into words. I’ve always been in quarterback competitions. At the bust last year, Coach Harbaugh said I’m going to be a top quarterback in all of college football next season. Then the first spring practice happened and I was splitting reps with the other quarterbacks. It was a whole other competition all over again.”

To read the rest of the article and to watch the video of Speight talking about his decision to leave Michigan, please click on the link below.