Noah Brown went from season-ending injury to the comeback trail in under 24 hours, and on Thursday afternoon, Urban Meyer spoke to WTVN's Matt McCoy about the unfortunate injury as part of an interview recorded for this weekend's "Athletes Against Alzheimer's" Radiothon. All proceeds will benefit the Earle and Jean Bruce Alzheimer's Research Fund.
"Every injury is awful...it's not even close, it's the worst part of the job," Meyer said. "Your heart goes out to him. You never want to say you feel more sorry for this guy but a guy like Noah Brown, there's nobody that worked harder. He was playing very well."
Meyer added that Evan Spencer's mom placed a call to mom of the man who was expected to help fill the void left by her son.
"We've recruited well and we have good players. That's a position we have a lot of depth at and we're going to need it."