Ohio State freshman guard Luther Muhammad (1) suffered from a dislocated shoulder in the second half of the game against Syracuse on Nov. 28. Credit: Amal Saeed | Assistant Photo Editor

Following its first loss of the season, Ohio State was given more bad news.

After falling to the floor in an attempt to make a defensive play late in the second half against Syracuse, freshman guard Luther Muhammad, according to head coach Chris Holtmann, suffered a dislocated shoulder, and that his timetable is unknown.

Holtmann said, after the game, he was being evaluated and that he had no more information on the injury.

“It’s a shoulder dislocation, so we are hopeful he will recover,” Holtmann said. “We will know more later.”

The No. 16 Buckeyes lost to Syracuse 72-62, and Muhammad had five points, four rebounds and six assists in 29 minutes of play.

Muhammad has started six of the seven games on the season for Ohio State, and has 8.9 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game to start the year.