The Buckeyes will wear stickers with his No. 53 when they play Wisconsin in the Big Ten championship game in Indianapolis. There are also plans for a moment of silence before the game, according to the Associated Press.
Karageorge was reported missing early on the morning of Nov. 26. Before he went missing, he reportedly sent a text message to his mother which read, "I am sorry if I am an embarrassment but these concussions have my head all f----- up." His body was found four days later in a dumpster, along with a gun, police said.
Karageorge, 22, joined the team as a walk-on at the start of this season. He had previously been on the wrestling team at OSU, winning 35 matches as a senior last season.
The Buckeyes attended Karageorge's funeral in Columbus on Wednesday morning. He will be buried on Thursday in Athens, Ohio.
- Dan Gartland