Reeves, Bogard, Tanner Likely Done At Ohio State Because of Injuries

By Patrick Maks on February 4, 2015 at 5:00 pm
Armani Reeves makes a tackle against Rutgers.

On Wednesday, as Urban Meyer reflected on an incoming crop of new Ohio State football players, he said a few current members of the team might be on their way out.

Meyer said defensive backs Armani Reeves and Ron Tanner and linebacker Devan Bogard are likely finished playing football for the Buckeyes because of lingering injuries.

Reeves, who started at nickel for the Buckeyes last season before missing considerable time after the Penn State game, is dealing with the after-effects of concussions. In the fall, Meyer remained mum on what was ailing Reeves. 

Bogard, a redshirt sophomore, tore his ACL three times in three seasons, most recently against Rutgers in mid-October.

Tanner, a redshirt junior, played primarily on special teams for Ohio State.

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