Two days before the 2014 edition of “The Game” between Ohio State and Michigan, an OSU football player has been reported missing.
Senior walk-on defensive lineman Kosta Karageorge, who also was a member of the OSU wrestling team for three years, was reported missing by his parents on Thursday morning.
According to a Facebook post from Karageorge’s mother, Karageorge has been missing since 2 a.m. on Wednesday morning, Nov. 26, and the family filed a missing persons report hours later. The post also explained that at 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Karageorge’s phone was pinged in the Grandview area of Columbus.
Ohio State football player Kosta Karageorge is missing, per his mother. Please spread. pic.twitter.com/FTeaK4sVZf
— Eleven Warriors (@11W) November 27, 2014
There was also a tweet sent through Karageorge’s Twitter account, @kostadinos81, adding a number to call for any information on Karageorge or his whereabouts.
Kosta was last seen around 2 am November 26. His family is asking for prayers & any info regarding his whereabouts.Please call: 614-747-1729 — KostadinosKarageorge (@kostadinos81) November 27, 2014
There have been reports that the Columbus Police are searching for Karageorge, and the OSU police have tweeted via @OSUPOLICE that they are looking for more information on Karageorge.
Mom of OSU Buckeye Kosta Karageorge reports son missing. Call Columbus Police or OSU Police with any information. pic.twitter.com/LK8Nijy9Aw
— OSU Police (@OSUPOLICE) November 27, 2014
It is believed that Karageorge was last seen wearing the outfit below, according to ABC 6.
— WSYX ABC 6 (@wsyx6) November 27, 2014