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Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields vowed to play in a Big Ten Conference pretension diversion Saturday opposite Wisconsin notwithstanding a knee injury.
Fields, who wore a knee prop opposite Michigan final week, aggravated a sprained middle material vinculum in his left knee during a game, according to Buckeye Extra. He pronounced Tuesday he was going to play by a pain.
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“It hurts right now, of course,” Fields said, according to Saturday Tradition. “In my mind, I’m personification on Saturday, we don’t caring how most it hurts.”
Fields, who eliminated to Ohio State from Georgia before a start of a 2019 season, has had a superb year for a Buckeyes. He’s thrown for 2,654 yards and 37 touchdowns with only one interception. He’s also been a threat on a belligerent with 470 rushing yards and 10 rushing touchdowns.
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Ohio State and Wisconsin play in a Big Ten Conference pretension diversion this entrance weekend in Indianapolis. The Buckeyes have won a final dual discussion titles.
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Ohio State is also a tip group in a latest College Football Playoff rankings. Ohio State has done dual appearances in a College Football Playoff. They won a initial championship in 2015 and mislaid in a semifinal in 2017.