Meyer calling for "all-out investigation" after JT Barrett injury

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Urban Meyer said J.T. Barrett's meniscus injury, which forced him out of Ohio State's 31-20 victory over MI in the third quarter, was caused by a camera on the sideline.

Michigan's backup quarterbacks Saturday are Alex Malzone, Michael Sessa and freshman Dylan McCaffrey, son of former National Football League player Ed McCaffrey and brother of Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey.

Five of those plays went for negative yardage, and OSU did not pick up a first down. The Potomac, MD native completed 6-of-7 passes for 94 yards, also managing 24 yards on the ground despite a reputation as a more pocket-oriented passer than Barrett.

Barrett also lamented how many people MI had allowed around the Buckeyes' bench before the game, including the person who made contact with him.

Dwayne Haskins replaced Barrett in the game, and later led a touchdown drive. MI is just 1-13 vs. Ohio State in the last 14 meetings, and Jim Harbaugh has yet to defeat OSU since his arrival in Ann Arbor.

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O'Korn finished the game 17-for-32 for 195 yards, one touchdown and one interception.

Initially, Ohio State took possession of the ball on a punt with a modest return.

Earlier in the drive, Barrett suffered an injury and was immediate walked to the locker room for further evaluation. The extra point gave the Buckeyes a 21-20 lead.

Then, Ohio State faced a third-and-three from Michigan's 43-yard line.

Now facing a third-and-13, Haskins delivered a 27-yard pass to wide receiver Austin Mack down the right sideline. The Buckeyes led the Wolverines 21-20 headed into the fourth quarter.

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