Bosa won't return to field at Ohio State

Tanya Simon
October 17, 2018

Tim May and Bill Rabinowitz of The Columbus Dispatch reported on Tuesday that Bosa has chose to focus on training for his National Football League career once he is cleared to return and does not plan to play for Ohio State again.

The university announced Tuesday that Bosa intends to withdraw from school to focus on rehab and preparation for his professional career. He planned to follow the same path as his older brother, Joey, who left Ohio State a year early and now plays for the Los Angeles Chargers.

"I was hopeful that Nick would be able to return to play again for us", coach Urban Meyer said in a statement. The Dispatch added that Nick Bosa told Meyer and some of his staff of his decision on Sunday.

He has been replaced in the lineup by Chase Young, a sophomore who was one of the top 10 recruits in the country in the class of 2018.

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Bosa was considered one of the top players in college football before he suffered a core muscle injury against TCU on September 15. He's one of the contenders to be the No. 1 overall pick in next year's NFL Draft, so his decision should not come as a shock.

Bosa had three sacks through three games this season, a number that still stands as second-best on the defense. "The Bosa family's been awesome for Ohio State and the program, and Nick is a first-class guy".

Bosa had surgery to fix an abdominal/groin injury in late September.

Bosa was dominating from the start of his Ohio State career.

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