Ohio State linebacker Hilliard to miss rest of season

Redshirt freshman reports injury in Instagram post



On Instagram, Hilliard posted a photo of him in a wheelchair at Ohio State University Hospital East with his arm in a sling. He wrote, “Can’t lie I’m hurt, but head up and looking forward to killin this rehab for the next 6 months. Appreciate all the calls and prayers, All love.”

Hilliard is a redshirt freshman from St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati. He has four tackles in three games, mostly on special teams.


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