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J.T. Barrett Reportedly Had Knee Surgery On Sunday, But Will Play Saturday

J.T. Barrett celebrating with his Ohio State teammates after a win.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - DECEMBER 02: J.T. Barrett #16 of the Ohio State Buckeyes celebrates with teammates after after 27-21 win over the Wisconsin Badgers in the Big Ten Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 2, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett had surgery on Sunday, according to a report.

According to Tim May of The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett had surgery on Sunday to remove a piece of torn cartilage in his knee. Barrett was injured before his team's game against Michigan after he was bumped by a cameraman on the sideline. He exited the game in the third quarter.

Here's more, via May:

Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Sunday to remove the piece of torn meniscus which afflicted him in the win at Michigan, several insiders confirmed for The Dispatch on Thursday.

May notes that Ohio State would not confirm the news.

Despite the surgery, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer told reporters on Thursday that Barrett will play in Saturday's Big Ten title game against Wisconsin.