Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones released from hospital
Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones has been released from the hospital after being treated for a reported migraine.
Cardale Jones has been released from the hospital.
"Cardale Jones was examined last night at the OSU Wexner Medical Center," read a statement from the school. "He was released from the center following the examination and he is doing fine today."
According to multiple reports, including from family members on social media, Jones was being treated for a severe migraine.
Jones and the Buckeyes open their season against Virginia Tech on Monday night. He was expected to split time with quarterback J.T. Barrett, though his status may need to be updated by coach Urban Meyer on Thursday.
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