Report: Noah Brown to miss 2015 season with a broken leg

14-08-06-FB-0509There was a lot of speculation about Ohio State wide receiver Noah Brown on Wednesday. Brown is considered one of the two starters at receiver along with Mike Thomas. Brown was injured and carted off the field during Wednesday practice, but no one knew how bad the injury was. Well according to Dave Biddle of Bucknuts, Brown will miss the 2015 season with a broken leg.


Ohio State sophomore wide receiver Noah Brown suffered what appears to be a season-ending leg injury during Wednesday’s practice, per multiple sources.

Brown was carted off the field and taken to OSU’s Wexner Medical Center at 6:37 p.m., per NBC4 in Columbus.

UPDATE (8:50 p.m.): Meyer has confirmed that Brown suffered a broken leg. He will have surgery and a full recovery is expected.

UPDATE II (9:33 p.m.): Here is the statement from OSU: “Ohio State University sophomore receiver Noah Brown suffered a left leg injury during practice today at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. Brown, from Flanders, N.J., will have surgery tomorrow at the Ohio State University Medical Center. He will miss the 2015 season but is expected to make a complete recovery.”


The season opener against Virginia Tech just got tougher for the Buckeyes who are already missing three other playmakers due to suspension. I hope Brown make a full recovery and is ready to go for spring practice next year.

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