Quinn Ewers did not make the trip to Indiana on Saturday.
The true freshman quarterback made the Buckeyes' last travel roster, when Ohio State took on Rutgers in New Jersey on Oct. 2, but J.P. Andrade took his place as the fourth quarterback for this weekend's contest.
Seventeen true freshmen made the cut Saturday, down from 19 against Rutgers. Aside from Ewers, Jakailin Johnson is the other true freshman that did not travel this time. The first-year cornerback is unavailable with injury, joining 13 other Buckeyes listed on Ohio State's status report Saturday.
On offense, the true freshmen that traveled were Kyle McCord, TreVeyon Henderson, Jayden Ballard, Emeka Egbuka, Marvin Harrison Jr., Evan Pryor, Toby Wilson and Donovan Jackson.
Among true freshmen defenders, J.T. Tuimoloau, Jack Sawyer, Tyleik Williams, Denzel Burke, Jordan Hancock, Andre Turrentine and Mike Hall all made the trip. Freshman punter Jesse Mirco and longsnapper Mason Arnold made the travel roster as well on special teams.
Ohio States travel roster for tonight's game at Indiana. Julian Fleming and Tyreke Smith back after missing time with injuries. Jakob James makes the travel roster for first time this season. J.P. Andrade, not Quinn Ewers, on the travel roster as Ohio State's fourth quarterback. pic.twitter.com/Od5JLIbhaw— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) October 23, 2021
Three redshirt freshmen, Joe Royer, Jakob James and Trey Leroux, all made the trip Saturday despite not making the travel roster for the Rutgers game.
Third-year defensive lineman Jaden McKenzie, who made the travel roster against Rutgers, is unavailable against Indiana and did not make the trip.
Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at Memorial Stadium for Ohio State's Big Ten East matchup with the Hoosiers.