Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer issued an update to his injury status following his sideline incident during Saturday’s win over Indiana.
Meyer, who has dealt with headaches in the past, fell to the ground late in the Buckeyes’ blowout win over the Hoosiers.
It was unclear at the time what happened to Meyer. Some had speculated that he had an accidental collision with an assistant coach.
However, Meyer revealed after the game that he was dealing with a bad headache. He got some treatment from his medical staff and didn’t leave the game.
Today, Meyer updated his status while speaking to reporters. He says he feels fine now.
“I’ve been dealing with that cyst for many years. We had surgery several years ago. When it does take place, give me some medicine. I feel fine now,” he said.
That’s good news.
Ohio State, which is one of 11 remaining undefeated teams in college football, is set to play Minnesota on Saturday. Kickoff is set for noon on FOX.