Ohio State long snapper Bradley Robinson is on crutches following an injury suffered in the third quarter against Iowa.
The seven-year college football veteran stayed down on the field after Ohio State's first punt of the second half and needed assistance to get to the sideline. After heading to the medical tent, Robinson had his right knee taped up and received hugs from several staffers in what seemed to indicate a serious injury.
Mason Arnold, a second-year long snapper for the Buckeyes out of Tampa, Florida, replaced Robinson on an extra point attempt by Ohio State kicker Noah Ruggles just a few minutes later.
Beyond Robinson and Arnold, the only other player listed as a long snapper on the Buckeye roster is second-year walk-on and Pickerington, Ohio, native Max Lomonico.
Robinson, who is in his fifth season with the Buckeyes, was a 2021 semifinalist for the Patrick Mannelly Award, which is given to the best long snapper in college football.