Ohio State's Marcus Hall will not start against Michigan State
Ohio State offensive lineman Marcus Hall will not start the Big Ten Championship against Michigan State following his ejection against Michigan last week.
Meyer told reporters on Friday that Hall, a starting offensive lineman for the Buckeyes, will not be starting against Michigan State on Saturday.
Meyer said he was "disappointed" in Hall's actions, and that while Hall may have paid the price for the fight by getting kicked out of the game, he was more disappointed in Hall's actions after the fight.
And if you aren't familiar with Hall's actions after he was ejected, it's lucky for you we made this gif to forever memorialize them.
Hall regrets nothing!
Redshirt freshman Pat Elflien, who replace Hall against Michigan, will start in his place against the Spartans. How long Hall will be held out of the game Meyer did not specify.
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