the explanation for why Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Devin Brown should be replaced by Lincoln Kienholz

The Ohio State Buckeyes will turn to veteran Tristan Gebbia, rookie Lin HBOcoln Kienholz, or both to fill Devin Brown’s void due to a lower-body injury.

The No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes survived their second top-ten test of the season against the then-No. 7 Penn State Nittany Lions on Saturday, but lost a piece of their offense in the process.

Backup Buckeyes quarterback Devin Brown left the game with a lower-body injury during the third quarter of Saturday’s game against the Nittany Lions after twisting awkwardly on a designed run.

During his weekly press conference on Tuesday, Ohio State coach Ryan Day revealed the Buckeyes would be without Brown for “one or two weeks.” Day was then questioned about whether freshman Lincoln Kienholz, who is physically and intellectually comparable to Brown, could temporarily take Day’s spot.

a cast him in that part,” Day remarked. “We’ll go through the week and give those guys reps and see how that goes.”

Veteran Tristan Gebbia will have a chance at earning Brown’s reps, having already gained three years of experience behind center at Oregon State. Day said both Gebbia and Kienholz bring different things to the table, and each will get a shot to fill Brown’s currently vacant role.

Day stated, “One is a younger guy who we think has a really bright future here, and the other is a more experienced guy.” “Devin’s been getting the majority of reps with the 2s, so the guys haven’t gotten a ton of reps. Maybe they’ll both have the opportunity.”

Ohio State is on the road this weekend for a Big Ten Conference battle with the Wisconsin Badgers. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 28, with live coverage airing on NBC.

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