Ohio State redshirt junior quarterback Cardale Jones had to be rushed to the hospital Wednesday night after dealing with migraine headaches, sources told Eleven Warriors. The news was first reported by Tony Zarrella, of Channel 19 in Cleveland.
Cardale Jones rushed to hospital with severe head pain.Family member tells me Cardale still undergoing tests. More on Sports Extra
— Tony Zarrella (@TonyZ19) September 3, 2015
Jones’ siblings took to their purported Facebook pages about his rapid exit from his apartment into an ambulance Wednesday.
— Eleven Warriors (@11W) September 3, 2015
Eleven Warriors sources confirmed the news Wednesday and said Jones has received some treatment and is now resting. The hospital visit was just a precaution, and Jones should be fine.
Jones, the man who led the Buckeyes to the 2014 College Football Playoff National Championship, is in a battle with redshirt sophomore J.T. Barrett for the starting quarterback job for the team’s season opener, Monday at Virginia Tech.
An Ohio State spokesman said he was unaware of any news regarding Jones and a trip to the hospital.