LOOK. Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields’ ribs look to be just fine


One of many largest questions heading into the School Soccer nationwide championship recreation is how wholesome Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields will likely be. He absorbed a vicious hit by Clemson linebacker James Skalski and seemed mighty uncomfortable, wincing in ache after a number of throws all through the remainder of the sport.

Taking part in by way of the ache within the second with all of the adrenaline nonetheless flowing is one factor, however getting your services about you the morning after and past is one other.

Ohio State has been very quiet on how Fields is doing, solely saying he has had an excellent week of preparation, so we’re left questioning how critical the damage is and the way near 100 p.c he will likely be on the sphere of Laborious Rock Stadium on Monday evening. The fact is we merely is not going to know till recreation time.

Nevertheless, video has surfaced that provides us a little bit of a clue on simply how the Ohio State quarterback is feeling. The Buckeyes are now in Miami, and it seems Fields and linebacker Justin Hilliard had fairly the sport of table tennis on Saturday. It wasn’t simply volleying backwards and forwards, however some ducking and diving occurring in a fairly intense match that Fields pulled out in further time.

On one specific level, Hilliard hit a smash that appeared destined for some extent, however Fields dropped to the bottom obtained a paddle on the ball and by some means hit a winner. It was a defensive transfer that took fairly a little bit of torquing to his physique suggesting he’s feeling fairly good.

Watch what was shared by Gene Ross on Twitter, taken from Haskell Garrett’s Instagram Dwell stream.

Take what you’ll from this, however primarily based on this, I’m guessing Fields is feeling greater than able to getting the job finished tomorrow evening.

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