The Ohio State Buckeyes may boast the best offense in the country, but injuries to their running backs have plagued them this season. The squad entered Saturday's game against
the Indiana Hoosiers already shorthanded at running back with TreVeyon Henderson sidelined for the second consecutive game, and the Buckeyes received additional awful
injury news surrounding Miyan Williams. During the second quarter of the game on Saturday afternoon, Miyan Williams had an apparent ankle injury and required medical attention.
Williams required assistance to reach the sideline due to his inability to bear weight on his damaged foot. Ultimately, he was transported to the locker room on a trolley.
Williams signaled "O-H" to the Ohio State crowd as he rode to the locker room. Williams was ruled out for the remainder of the game, despite the severity of his injury not
being immediately known. It's troubling news for the Buckeyes, and the college football community had much to say on Twitter about it. The injury to Williams is devastating for Ohio State.
Evan Pryor, the third-string running back for the Ohio State Buckeyes, had a knee injury before the season began.
Ohio State is now down to its fourth running back, true freshman Dallan Hayden, since Williams and Henderson have now been ruled out.