Jordan Hall injury: Ohio State RB doubtful with PCL tear

Greg Bartram-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Ohio State running back doubtful to play against Nebraska after suffering a PCL tear in his knee on Saturday against Michigan State.

The Ohio State Buckeyes may be without running back Jordan Hall when they host the Nebraska Cornhuskers this Saturday. According to head coach Urban Meyer, Hall is doubtful to play this weekend with a PCL tear in his knee.

Hall was injured in the Buckeyes' 17-16 win over the Michigan State Spartans on Saturday in East Lansing, Mich. Hall opened the scoring with a 1-yard touchdown on the Buckeyes' first drive of the game. Earlier on that 75-yard drive, Hall had rushes of 4, 11 and 2 yards.

The senior running back has carried the ball 40 times in 2012, rushing for 218 yards and a touchdown. Additionally he has caught three passes for 31 yards.

After beating Michigan State, Meyer's Buckeyes now stand 5-0 on the season and 1-0 in Big Ten play.

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