Perhaps taking a page from the playbook of the man he replaced as Ohio State's starting quarterback, J.T. Barrett posted a picture to Instagram to tell people everything went well following surgery.
Barrett had surgery Monday after suffering a broken right ankle against Michigan. Before the season began, Braxton Miller injured his shoulder and posted a post-surgery photo. As Miller was out for the season, Barrett became the Buckeyes' starting quarterback and was a contender to be invited to New York for the Heisman Trophy ceremony before he was injured.
Now, Ohio State's starting quarterback is Cardale Jones. Jones replaced Barrett against Michigan and will start for the Buckeyes against Wisconsin in the Big Ten title game. Because Ohio State is down to its third-string QB, Wisconsin is listed as a four-point favorite for Saturday's game.
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