The Michigan Wolverines may have to face Ohio State’s star pass rusher Chase Young after all.
According to sources cited by Kyle Rowland of the Toledo Blade, Ohio State expects to get the final ruling on Young’s suspension timeline, which may turn out to only be two games.
Multiple sources have told The Blade that a ruling should be made this week regarding Chase Young and that he’s facing a maximum suspension of two games.
— Kyle Rowland (@KyleRowland) November 10, 2019
Young was alleged to have accepted a loan from a family friend to help pay for his girlfriend’s trip to the Rose Bowl, which he is believed to have paid back. ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit reported Saturday morning that Young’s suspension would be slotted at four games, meaning he’d miss the Michigan game. However, Ohio State would later say that was incorrect.
The Wolverines and Buckeyes play on November 30 in Ann Arbor.