"Too many damn people on the sideline," Meyer said. "I'm so angry right now."
Urban Meyer said J.T. Barrett's meniscus injury, which forced him out of Ohio State's 31-20 victory over Michigan in the third quarter, was caused by a camera on the sideline.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said J.T. Barrett was injured by a camera on the sideline. “Too many damn people on the sideline. I’m so angry right now.”— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) November 25, 2017
Meyer also said he intends to find out who the culprit was.
Oh boy. Urban Meyer said a cameraman on a crowded sideline caused JT Barrett's injury and he's going to find out who it was.— Ryan Ginn (@rmginn) November 25, 2017
Barrett appeared to suffer the injury during a rush attempt in the third quarter. He stayed down on the field before limping off, and he did not return after he was replaced by Dwayne Haskins.
Barrett, a senior, was just three of eight for 30 passing yards and a touchdown. He did rush for 67 yards and a touchdown. Haskins played solidly after replacing Barrett, completing six of seven passes for 94 yards, and guided the Buckeyes back from a 20-14 deficit to secure the victory.