Buckeyes’ Williams anticipated to play after health problem
Ohio State leading rusher Miyan Williams, who has actually missed practice this week with what coach Ryan Day said is a stomach bug, is expected to return to practice Thursday and be readily available to play against Georgia in the College Football Playoff Semifinal Video Game at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl on Saturday.Williams has rushed
for 817 backyards and 13 touchdowns this season. He was not present at the Buckeyes ‘media day Thursday. “He’s got a stomach bug, and we expect him at practice today, “Day said.”We simply got ta take it as we go. “Day later stated the Buckeyes expect to have everyone offered versus Georgia.Not having Williams at practice isn’t ideal, but Day stated the”excellent
news is our guys have responded well to it and some guys have actually stepped up. “Ohio State’s leading rusher from last season, TreVeyon Henderson, hurt his foot in
September and went through season-ending surgery previously this month.Day said Henderson worked hard to try to return on the field,”however in the end he simply needed to have surgery.””
That was the ideal thing for Trey,”Day added.” … All these men have actually been preparing hard, and we have some excellent alternatives.”When Williams was injured versus Michigan, Chip Trayanum took the majority of carries, rushing for 83 yards on 14 efforts. Dallan Hayden is the group’s third-leading rush with 510 lawns and 5 goals.