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Maryland Will Not Play Versus Ohio State’s Chase Young

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Youthful is being examined for a potential NCAA infringement.

Star Ohio State protective end Chase Young will miss Saturday’s down against Maryland as the school researches a potential NCAA infringement, the school reported Friday.

Youthful, a lesser pass-rusher, has 13 1/2 sacks in eight games for the Buckeyes this season, driving a resistance that has permitted the least focuses per game (7.9) of any group in the country.

They posted on Twitter on Friday that they’ll miss Saturday’s down because of a NCAA qualification issue concerning an advance they obtained from a family companion. The credit, as per the Columbus Dispatch, was likely used to pay for airfare for Young’s family so they could see him play in last January’s Rose Bowl win against Washington.

“Unfortunately, I won’t be playing this week because of an NCAA eligibility issue,” they said. “I made a mistake last year by accepting a loan from a family friend I’ve known since the summer before my freshman year at OSU. I repaid it in full last summer and I’m working with the University and NCAA to get back on the field as soon as possible.”

Youthful’s lawyer Tim Nevius took to Twitter to clarify the guarded end’s credit.

“Chase took a small loan from a close family friend last year to cover basic life expenses. Loan was repaid months ago and we’re working to restore his eligibility. Unfair and outdated NCAA rules punish athletes for making ends meet while enriching everyone else,” Nevius said.

Sports Illustrated’s Pat Forde affirmed Nevius will speak to Young.

Youthful’s strength has propelled their into the Heisman Trophy discussion, an irregularity for a guarded player. They is anticipated to be a top pick in the 2020 NFL draft on the off chance that they decides to pronounce early.

Ohio State is supported vigorously in Saturday’s down against the Terrapins and plays a wallowing Rutgers group one week from now before finishing off the standard season with games at home against Penn State and versus Michigan out and about.

The Buckeyes took the top spot in the season’s first College Football Playoff rankings and are third in the AP survey.

Mendel Gordon

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