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Football: Thayer Munford, Jordan Fuller to miss spring practice for Ohio State

Ohio State sophomore offensive lineman Thayer Munford (75) prepares for a play in the third quarter of the game against Michigan State on Nov. 10. Ohio State won 26-6. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo Editor

Ohio State sophomore offensive tackle Thayer Munford and junior safety Jordan Fuller will miss spring practice due to injury, as confirmed by an Ohio State spokesman.

Munford was a four-star prospect out of high school and played in 13 games this past season, and has played in 25 total throughout his first two years on the offensive line with the Buckeyes.

A 2017 third-team All-Big Ten member, Fuller finished the 2018 season with 81 total tackles, two fumble recoveries and an interception.

There is no confirmed information about the extent of the injuries to either player.

Ohio State will begin spring practice on Wednesday, with the 2019 Spring Game scheduled for April 13.

 

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  1. It is very bad that these talented players were injured and will miss training. This of course happens, but long breaks bad for the players. And I was hoping to put even a few bets with the help of betonymous

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