Big Ten RUMORS & NEWS

  • Wisconsin-Nebraska game canceled because of COVID-19 outbreak

    Pro Football Talk "The Big Ten first scheduled its season, then canceled its season, then re-scheduled its season amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Last week the Big Ten finally started its season, and this week a Big Ten game has to be canceled because of an outbreak. Wisconsin has announced that its..." October 28

  • Wisconsin-Nebraska is in jeopardy. Badgers' coronavirus positivity rate close to forcing a shutdown

    USA Today "Wisconsin’s Big Ten game Saturday at Nebraska is in danger of being canceled, according to a person with knowledge of the Big Ten schedule. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation.   The Journal Sentinel,..." October 27

  • Wisconsin Badgers QB Graham Mertz positive for COVID-19, out 3 weeks

    ESPN "Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz had his COVID-19 positive test confirmed and will be out a minimum of 21 days, a source confirmed to ESPN. Mertz, who starred for Wisconsin on Friday in its season-opening win over Illinois, had an antigen test come back positive over..." October 27

  • Penn State RB Noah Cain will miss rest of season due to injury

    TribLIVE "Penn State running back Noah Cain will miss the remainder of the 2020-21 season due to an undisclosed ailment, coach James Franklin announced during a video conference with media Tuesday. “Love Noah,” Franklin said. “So much respect for Noah. He really had an..." October 27

  • This Is Going to be Mark Dantonio's Worst Michigan State Team

    The Big Lead "Michigan State turned the ball over with historic regularity during a season-opening debasement against Rutgers. Gifting seven giveaways is no recipe for success and overcoming such enormous Plaxico Burress-ing is a monumental effort. An uphill race. And the Spartans just don't have the..." October 26

  • Paul Chryst won't confirm if QB Graham Mertz tested positive for COVID-19

    Yardbarker "Following reports from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel and Wisconsin State Journal that Wisconsin Badgers quarterback Graham Mertz tested positive for COVID-19, the biggest thing coach Paul Chryst said was what he didn't say.  “I will not, cannot and..." October 26

  • Purdue football coach Jeff Brohm expects to return to team Wednesday

    ESPN "Purdue football coach Jeff Brohm expects to rejoin the team Wednesday after recovering from COVID-19, he said Monday. Brohm, 49, tested positive last week for the coronavirus and since has been self-isolating. Big Ten policy requires coaches and football staff who test positive..." October 26

  • Jim Harbaugh ditches trademark khaki pants in win over Minnesota

    Yardbarker "Jim Harbaugh showed off a new look on the sidelines during Michigan’s 49-24 win over Minnesota on Saturday at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn.  Harbaugh typically wears khaki pants on the sidelines for the Wolverines’ games. He is so well-known for them..." October 25

  • Wisconsin's Graham Mertz tests positive for COVID-19

    The Score "Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz has tested positive for COVID-19, sources tell Colton Bartholomew of the Wisconsin State Journal. Mertz is awaiting an additional test to confirm the positive diagnosis. " October 25

  • Penn State football's next step: Why the 2020 season is suddenly so questionable

    USA Today "Penn State let its season-opener slip away at the end, it will be noted, by unfortunate inches and decisions that turned sour. A field goal barely missed to win it. An enemy touchdown barely scored to lose it. A head-shaking, game clock management decision to keep..." October 25

  • Indiana Hoosiers jump into AP Top 25 poll, Ohio State Buckeyes move up to No. 3

    ESPN "Indiana jumped into The Associated Press college football poll Sunday after pulling off the weekend's most dramatic upset, and Ohio State moved up to No. 3 following a dominant season debut. Clemson remained a rock-solid No. 1, and Alabama was No. 2...." October 25

  • Nebraska faces its Big Ten punishment in this spot

    New York Post "There was a time — before the Big Ten lusted after the cable boxes surrounding Rutgers — when then-commissioner Jim Delany said the league would only expand the conference with programs that would be considered “home runs.” In 2010, Nebraska fit the bill. The..." October 24

  • Threatened lawsuit from Black former players is pivotal moment for Iowa football, experts say, with no easy way out

    USA Today "The University of Iowa may be forced to choose between two bad options as it responds to the threat of a lawsuit claiming Black football players suffered for years in a discriminatory environment enabled by longtime coach Kirk Ferentz. Eight of Ferentz’s former athletes sent a..." October 24

  • Here's What Wisconsin's 'Jump Around' Looks Like in an Empty Camp Randall

    The Big Lead "Wisconsin fans have been itching to sloppily give a first-impression rose to any quarterback who shows any signs of being more than a glorified game-manager since Russell Wilson, so the debut of Graham Mertz felt like love at first sight. All the freshman did was complete all but one of his 21..." October 24

  • Penn State talent Pat Freiermuth explains how school is ‘fighting for families’

    Clutch Points "The Penn State Nittany Lions are all set to open their campaign following months of unprecedented delays brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. Tight end Pat Freiermuth is potentially on his final year with the squad, and unfortunately for him, it isn’t likely that he will..." October 24

  • Ohio State’s Jaxon Smith-Njigba made the most ridiculous touchdown catch

    Larry Brown Sports "Ohio State’s Jaxon Smith-Njigba has given us an early contender for catch of the season. The freshman wide receiver reeled in a high pass from quarterback Justin Fields during the Buckeyes’ win over Nebraska on Saturday. The catch was good, but Smith-Njigba’s..." October 24

  • Ohio State Buckeyes coach Ryan Day apologizes for not taking knee late against Nebraska Cornhuskers

    ESPN "Ohio State coach Ryan Day apologized to Nebraska for the Buckeyes offense not taking a knee in the final seconds of Saturday's 52-17 win at Ohio Stadium. Leading 45-17 in the final minute, the Buckeyes reached the Nebraska 2-yard line. Rather than take a knee,..." October 24

  • 5 questions for the Big Ten

    The Score "While half the country is already deep into its schedule, the Big Ten officially kicks off its conference slate this weekend. In the fourth installment of a five-part preview series looking at the Power 5 conferences, theScore examines seven questions heading into Big Ten..." October 23

  • Jim Harbaugh and Michigan Face a Must-Win Game at Minnesota

    The Big Lead "Jim Harbaugh was hired as Michigan's head football coach in December of 2014 and his sole directive was to return the program to national prominence. Aside from creating a ton of hype on the recruiting trail, the 56-year-old head coach has failed in his task so far. A loss to Minnesota on..." October 23

  • Rondale Moore to miss Purdue's season opener vs. Iowa

    Journal & Courier "Purdue receiver Rondale Moore opted back in to play during the 2020 season.  However, Moore's season debut won't happen Saturday when the Boilermakers host Iowa at Ross-Ade Stadium.  Purdue announced Friday that Moore will not be available for the season..." October 23

  • Ex-Michigan Wolverine Nico Collins: 'Felt like I was in no man's land'

    ESPN "Former Michigan star wide receiver Nico Collins said Tuesday that while it would be "bittersweet" to watch his former team open the season at Minnesota on Saturday, he was focused on getting ready for the NFL combine. On "The Adam Schefter..." October 21

  • Michigan State's Luke Fulton, Charles Willekes suspended after assault charges

    USA Today "Michigan State Football has announced a pair of indefinite suspensions for linebackers Luke Fulton and Charles Willekes through a university spokesman on Monday. Fulton was charged with aggravated assault on Sept. 8 after an incident in East Lansing and had posted a $1,000 personal..." October 21

  • Nebraska QB Adrian Martinez to start opener against Ohio State

    ESPN "Nebraska junior quarterback Adrian Martinez will start this week's opener against No. 5 Ohio State, coach Scott Frost said Monday. Martinez, who had a record-setting freshman season in 2018 for Nebraska but struggled at times in 2019, will take the first snaps..." October 20

  • Michigan football cleared to play Minnesota despite stay in place order

    Yardbarker "Undergraduate students at the University of Michigan are being asked to stay home to stop the spread of COVID-19, but that won't affect the Michigan Wolverines football team as it prepares to open its season with a road game against Big Ten foes the Minnesota Golden..." October 20

  • Michigan football's Jim Harbaugh enters 2020 season with contract uncertainty

    USA Today "The elephant inMichigan football’sliving room will remain there for a bit longer. Jim Harbaugh confirmed Monday he still hasn’t signed a contract extension, meaning he will enter this season as the only Power Five coach with fewer than two years remaining on his..." October 20

  • Penn State's Journey Brown could miss 2020 season due to medical condition

    Eleven Warriors "Penn State's top running back could be sidelined for the 2020 season. In a statement released to Lions247 on Monday night, Penn State confirmed that Brown “is being treated for a medical condition discovered during the offseason and will potentially miss the..." October 20

  • Scott Frost rooting for Ohio State for this reason

    Larry Brown Sports "The Nebraska Cornhuskers were one of the most vocal teams when it came to pushing for Big Ten football this fall. The Ohio State Buckeyes were another, and the Huskers have not forgotten. Nebraska coach Scott Frost went out of his way to praise Ohio State’s efforts to get Big..." October 19

  • Michigan Wolverines WR Nico Collins not with football team, Jim Harbaugh says

    ESPN "Michigan star wide receiver Nico Collins, who hasn't commented on his status since reportedly signing with an agent in September, is no longer with the team, coach Jim Harbaugh said on Monday. "Nico is not participating in football right now," Harbaugh said...." October 19

  • Jim Harbaugh and the uncomfortable truth of his Michigan football tenure

    USA Today "Texts were sent and voicemails were left. They pinged the phones of former Michigan football players who starred in recent seasons and others who made their mark during a more glorious time, when the Wolverines won conference championships and were in contention for national titles...." October 18

  • Purdue football coach Jeff Brohm tests presumed positive for COVID-19

    USA Today "Purdue coach Jeff Brohm returned a presumed positive COVID-19 result during the team's daily antigen testing protocols Sunday, the school announced.  The football program is awaiting confirmation via a PCR test, which could take up to 24 hours.   According..." October 18

  • PJ Fleck Has Forced Big West Rivals To Change Their Recruiting Best

    Minnesota Sport Fan "January 6, 2017 in Minneapolis, Minnesota might as well have been the deserts of Alamogordo New Mexico on July 16, 1945. We found out quickly, that when Mark Coyle hired PJ Fleck as the Gophers new head football coach, he was dropping an atomic bomb on everything we knew about college..." October 17

  • Making sense of Willie Allen's surprising transfer to Michigan football

    Detroit Free Press "Willie Allen’s nomadic college career has featured many twists and turns. The latest came Thursday, when the offensive tackle made a surprising revelation and announced his commitment to Michigan nine days before the Wolverines play their first game. On..." October 16

  • Michigan State's Mark Dantonio agrees to indefinite furlough in new role with Spartans

    Detroit Free Press "Retired Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio is on furlough. Dantonio, after his Feb. 4 retirement, agreed to a $100,000 annual contract with the athletic department through Feb. 14, 2022. In that role, MSU football’s winningest coach will assist in donor..." October 16

  • Wisconsin's Jack Coan needs foot surgery, out several weeks

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Wisconsin expects to be without veteran quarterback Jack Coan for the 2020 opener against Illinois and beyond. According to two sources close to the program, Coan injured his right foot during practice Saturday. He is set to undergo surgery and is expected to be out at least..." October 05

  • Four Star Recruit Transfers from Michigan

    Voice Of Motown " Former four star Michigan Wolverines linebacker Osman Savage has officially entered the transfer portal.  Savage, who is originally from Baltimore, Maryland, announced his decision today on social media and added that his “commitment is 100% open.” The West..." October 02

  • Some Ohio State coaches not living at home to limit coronavirus risks

    Yardbarker "Ohio State Buckeyes football head coach Ryan Day told reporters on Friday that some of his coaches aren't living in their homes this fall as they prepare for the Big Ten season held amid the coronavirus pandemic.  "I don't think people realize the sacrifices..." October 02

  • Rashod Bateman reinstated for Gophers’ season this fall

    Twin Cities "Gophers star receiver Rashod Bateman announced Wednesday he has been reinstated by the NCAA to play the 2020 college football season. “I’d like to thank (athletics director) Mark Coyle, Coach (P.J.) Fleck and the NCAA for allowing me to compete again with my..." September 30

  • Penn State star LB Micah Parsons won't opt back in to 2020 season

    Yardbarker "Penn State Nittany Lions star linebacker Micah Parsons won't follow in the footsteps of fellow noteworthy Big Ten names such as Shaun Wade and Wyatt Davis of Ohio State or Purdue's Rondale Moore and try to opt back in for the Big Ten season despite..." September 30

  • Michigan Wolverines' Jalen Mayfield granted waiver after opting back in

    Detroit News "Michigan starting right tackle Jalen Mayfield has been cleared by the NCAA to return to the team. Mayfield had opted out shortly after the Big Ten announced Aug. 11 that fall sports, including football, was postponed, and signed with an agent. But after the Big Ten recently..." September 29

  • Purdue suspends 13 athletes for party that violated coronavirus pledge

    USA Today "Purdue gave 14 students, including 13 student-athletes, until Wednesday to clear out of their residence hall rooms after being suspended, accused of having a party that violated the university’s coronavirus-era Protect Purdue Pledge, the dean of students announced..." September 29

  • Ohio State football stars Wyatt Davis, Shaun Wade cleared to play this season

    CBS Sports "When Ohio State kicks off its Big Ten schedule on Oct. 24, it will have two big names available to play that previously opted out of the 2020 college football season. Offensive lineman Wyatt Davis and cornerback Shaun Wade have officially been cleared to..." September 29

  • Northwestern T Rashawn Slater To Opt Out

    Pro Football Rumors "One of the top tackle prospects set to be eligible for the 2021 draft will begin his pre-draft training early. Northwestern tackle Rashawn Slater is opting out of the 2020 season, Pete Thamel of Yahoo.com reports. Slater’s decision comes when a few notable Big Ten..." September 24

  • Purdue's Rondale Moore Opts Back In for 2020 Season

    SI "Purdue wide receiver Rondale Moore has opted back in and will play in the 2020 season. Moore announced his decision on ESPN's College Football Live on Thursday, while coach Jeff Brohm also confirmed it on social media. On Aug. 6, Moore opted..." September 24

  • Urban Meyer says he never felt bad about running up score vs. Michigan

    The Score "In Urban Meyer's seven-year tenure as Ohio State's head coach, he was undefeated against Michigan, outscoring the rival school by 80 points over the last five meetings. Three of Meyer's seven victories came by at least two touchdowns, but the former Buckeyes boss..." September 23

  • Urban Meyer says he never felt bad about running up score vs. Michigan

    The Score "In Urban Meyer's seven-year tenure as Ohio State's head coach, he was undefeated against Michigan, outscoring the rival school by 80 points over the last five meetings. Three of Meyer's seven victories came by at least two touchdowns, but the former Buckeyes boss..." September 22

  • After opting out, Rashod Bateman wants to play for Gophers

    Bring Me The News "Rashod Bateman is reportedly reconsidering his decision to opt out of the college football season, with Yahoo Sports' Pete Thamel reporting that the All-Big Ten wide receiver wants to play for the Gophers.  "He's back on campus and enrolled as a full-time..." September 18

  • Nick Saban reacts to Big Ten's decision to play in fall

    247 Sports "Nick Saban was someone who was very down on the idea of the Big Ten potentially playing its football season in the spring after the conference originally postponed its fall football season last month. With the league officially reversing course yesterday, the..." September 18

  • Justin Fields wants a special perk if Ohio State wins national title

    Larry Brown Sports "Now that the team will be playing this fall, the Ohio State Buckeyes are one of a handful of teams that could win the national title. Justin Fields wants more than just a ring if they can pull it off. Fields believes that the Buckeyes deserve an ESPN “30 for 30”..." September 18

  • Ohio State's Shaun Wade opts back in after Big Ten announces return

    The Score "Big Ten football is back, and so is one of Ohio State's premier players. Shaun Wade will be opting back in for the season since the conference has changed course with plans to return in late October, announced Thursday. The star cornerback had initially..." September 17

  • Dylan McCaffrey to transfer from Michigan after Joe Milton wins QB job

    Larry Brown Sports "Dylan McCaffrey is on his way out of Michigan. As first reported by Angelique Chengelis of the Detroit News, McCaffrey intends to transfer from the Wolverines. " September 16

  • Ohio State CB Shaun Wade unsure if he'll opt back in for 2020 season

    Yardbarker "When Ohio State cornerback Shaun Wade opted out of the college football season on Monday, all Big Ten programs were set to remain idle through the end of the year due to the conference's decision to postpone football and other fall sports because of the coronavirus pandemic..." September 16

  • Ohio State guard Wyatt Davis wants to play in 2020

    247 Sports "Ohio State offensive lineman Wyatt Davis, who recently opted out this season, may be reconsidering his decision according to a report from ESPN Big Ten reporter Tom VanHaaren, who tweeted on Wednesday that Davis interrupted a Zoom call led by Buckeyes athletic director Gene..." September 16

  • Nebraska president teases possible Big Ten restart, before walking back comments

    Detroit News "The Big Ten presidents and chancellors, deliberating the past several days about the status of fall sports, could be ready to give the season another shot. And the latest hint toward a move came Tuesday morning courtesy of a hot mic. Just before a press conference in..." September 15

  • Wisconsin chancellor on prospect of Big Ten return: 'What's changed?'

    USA Today "Amid ongoing reports about whether the Big Ten Conference will reverse its decision to postpone its 2020 football season until the spring semester, Wisconsin chancellor Rebecca Blank told a U.S. Senate committee hearing Tuesday that the conference will not try to plan a delayed season..." September 15

  • Wisconsin chancellor hints at how Big Ten will proceed with key vote

    Larry Brown Sports "A Big Ten vote on potentially starting college football season is thought to be close, and we’re getting some hints on the thinking of those doing the voting. Wisconsin chancellor Rebecca Blank made clear Monday that the conference will move together. That means that either..." September 14

  • Ohio State's Shaun Wade declares for NFL draft

    Eleven Warriors "Shaun Wade won't be playing another snap for Ohio State. Amid the ongoing uncertainty of whether the Big Ten will play football this fall, Ohio State's star cornerback has opted to forgo the season and declare for the 2021 NFL draft, he announced Monday..." September 14

  • Michigan football recruiting: 4-star LB Tyler Martin commits to 2022 class

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan football offered Tyler Martin when he was in eighth grade. That early connection paid off Friday as Martin verbally committed to the Wolverines' 2022 recruiting class. Martin, 6-foot-3 and 238 pounds, is a four-star recruit and the No...." September 12

  • Micah Parsons doesn’t know what to do with ‘all the free time’

    Clutch Points "The suspension of the Big Ten fall schedule due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has forced Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons to opt-out of playing his third season in the collegiate ranks. The 21-year old has decided to put his effort into preparing for the 2021 NFL Draft..." September 12

  • Rutgers president casts President Trump comments as 'cheap politics'

    ABC News "Rutgers president Jonathan Holloway described President Donald Trump's involvement in the push to start the Big Ten football season as "cheap politics." Speaking to NJ Advance Media, Holloway said Trump's involvement in the Big Ten's situation will not impact his..." September 11

  • Receiver Justin Shorter granted waiver to play with Florida Gators

    247 Sports "Former five-star wide receiver Justin Shorter announced last November that he would be leaving Penn State and entering into the NCAA Transfer Portal. A few months later, Shorter was committed to the Florida Gators after taking an official visit to campus back in January and eventually..." September 11

  • Wyatt Davis becomes 1st Ohio State player to opt out, declare for NFL draft

    The Score "Ohio State guard Wyatt Davis is opting out of the 2020 college football season and declaring for the 2021 NFL Draft, he told Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports. Davis, a projected first-round pick, is the first Buckeyes player to decide not to play in the wake of the Big..." September 11

  • Ohio State coach Ryan Day writes letter asking Big Ten to begin season in October

    Larry Brown Sports "The Big Ten has yet to officially reverse its decision on postponing all fall athletics, but Ohio State head coach Ryan Day is trying to put more pressure on the conference. In an open letter on Thursday, Day wrote that he feels the Big Ten’s medical subcommittee “has done..." September 10

  • 5-star OT Nolan Rucci commits to the Badgers

    Bucky's 5th Quarter "The Wisconsin Badgers got a major win on the #trail as they picked up a commitment from highly touted OT Nolan Rucci to cap off their offensive line recruiting in the 2021 class. Rucci announced his commitment on CBS Sports HQ and he tweeted this video out right..." September 09

  • Donald Trump suggests Big Ten could play without UM, MSU because of Gretchen Whitmer's 'lack of support'

    Detroit News "Between tweets and retweets about Joe Biden, the military, the U.S. Department of Education, the V.A., John McCain, Baltimore, Portland, Nancy Pelosi, Fake News and Fox News, President Donald Trump waded back into the Big Ten battle on Sunday. Trump suggested for a second time that..." September 07

  • Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh walks with players, parents to protest Big Ten's decision to postpone season

    CBS Sports "Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh joined parents and players Saturday in a walk to protest the Big Ten's postponed season. At the rally, he voiced his support for the league to reverse course and insisted on starting the season soon, saying the Wolverines could be ready to play "in two..." September 06

  • Michigan State football's Dominique Long stays fluid, waits for his chance at CB

    Detroit Free Press "Dominique Long’s presence has been felt on Michigan State football’s special teams for three years. Chances are, any time you saw a spectacular tackle on a kickoff or a flash of green zooming down the field on a punt, it was No. 9. On defense, though, his role —..." September 05

  • Iowa athletic director: It would take 'miracle' to start Big Ten football in October

    USA Today "Iowa athletic director Gary Barta said Thursday he’s gaining optimism that the Big Ten Conference can safely resume athletic competition before the new year, but said there would need to be a “miracle” in order to start a football season next month. “If a..." September 04

  • Maryland football coach Mike Locksley makes plea for information on son's fatal shooting

    ESPN "Maryland coach Mike Locksley and police are making another plea to the public for any information about the shooting death of Locksley's son, Meiko, exactly three years ago. Locksley and his wife, Kia, appeared Thursday with police from Howard County, Maryland, who increased..." September 03

  • Ravens coach John Harbaugh, brother to Michigan's Jim Harbaugh, says 'Free the Big Ten'

    USA Today "One of the hottest topics in sports is Big Ten Conference football. Or rather, the lack of Big Ten football this fall due to the coronavirus.  Almost everyone has an opinion on whether the conference should play. Even the President of the United States. And now, people..." September 03

  • Jim Harbaugh tells Michigan football the Big Ten could potentially play in October

    Detroit Free Press "Before Michigan football practiced Wednesday, head coach Jim Harbaugh gathered the team to deliver a message.  The Wolverines, Harbaugh said, could potentially begin play in October. "Coach Harbaugh did say we could possibly play in..." September 03

  • Penn State doctor finds link between COVID-19 and heart condition in students

    The Score "Penn State director of athletic medicine Wayne Sebastianelli has found a link between Big Ten athletes with COVID-19 and myocarditis. Sebastianelli said Monday that cardiac scans revealed a significant number of Big Ten students who tested positive for the coronavirus appeared to..." September 03

  • Penn State clarifies doctor's claim of one-third of Big Ten athletes with myocarditis

    USA Today "Comments made earlier this week by Penn State's director of athletic medicine suggesting that roughly a third of Big Ten athletes who had contracted COVID-19 and undergone a cardiac scan showed heart-related issues were inaccurate, the university said in a statement shared..." September 03

  • Ohio State president “very hopeful” Buckeyes will play football this fall

    NBC 4 " Ohio State President Dr. Kristina Johnson says she sees a path that could lead to Big Ten football being played this fall. “We want to make sure our athletes get a shot because they’ve worked really hard and they deserve a shot to play,” Dr. Johnson said...." September 02

  • Ohio State DT Haskell Garrett recovering after being shot in face

    Bleacher Report "Ohio State defensive tackle Haskell Garrett has been released from the hospital Monday after being shot in the face early Sunday morning. Columbus police said Sunday (h/t ESPN) that Garrett was taken to Ohio State Wexner Medical Center with a through-and-through gunshot to..." September 02

  • Nebraska AD Bill Moos denies report of possible October start date for Big Ten football

    Larry Brown Sports "Rumors continue to fly about Big Ten football being imminent, and they continue to be denied by official sources. Dan Patrick reported on Tuesday’s edition of “The Dan Patrick Show” that the conference was aiming for an Oct. 10 start date. That was quickly..." September 01

  • Ohio State DT Haskell Garrett injured in shooting

    247 Sports "Ohio State defensive tackle Haskell Garrett suffered a non-life threatening injury in a shooting early Sunday morning according to Columbus Police, via a report from 10TV. Officers responded after midnight to the 400 block of Chittenden Avenue for a reported shooting. Garrett was..." August 30