"Too many damn people on the sideline," Meyer said. "I'm so angry right now." 

By Daniel Rapaport
November 25, 2017

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. 

Meyer also said he intends to find out who the culprit was. 

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. 

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