Less than three weeks after breaking a bone in his hand, Ohio State backup quarterback Joe Burrow is healthy enough to warm up before the team's primetime matchup with Oklahoma.
Burrow went through the entire pregame warmup routine with the team, including the passing drills. Though, he appears to have some form of cast or brace on his throwing hand.
Ohio State backup quarterback Joe Burrow, who has been sidelined with a broken bone in his hand, dressed for warmups. pic.twitter.com/AgWfniijFl— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) September 9, 2017
Ohio State's backup quarterback job was not yet decided when Burrow injured his hand during fall camp in August, but redshirt freshman Dwayne Haskins was listed as the team's No. 2 quarterback on the team's first two official depth charts with true freshman Tate Martell as the third-string.
He was not listed on the depth chart, but it seems Burrow might be good to go if the Buckeyes need him.