Ohio State to be without multiple starters in Rose Bowl

Players are dropping left and right for the Buckeyes

According to a report from The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio State will be without multiple starters when they take on Utah in the Rose Bowl.

From The Columbus Dispatch:

Linebacker Cody Simon, along with cornerbacks Sevyn Banks and Marcus Williamson, were listed as unavailable on the team’s pregame availability report released two hours ahead of Saturday’s kickoff against Utah.

As reported earlier, the Buckeyes will also be without starting wide receivers Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson as they have both opted out of the Rose Bowl to prep for the 2022 NFL Draft.

Do not be surprised if Utah takes it to Ohio State today in Pasadena.

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