Nick Bosa's dad says his son will be out until November

Ruben Hill
September 25, 2018

Heading into the 2018 season, there was one game that clearly stood out on the schedule for Penn State football.

Day led Ohio State to a 3-0 start as the interim coach while Meyer served a suspension for his handling of allegations of domestic abuse against former wide receivers coach Zach Smith.

Ohio State is second nationally in scoring (54.4) behind quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr., who was named Big Ten co-offensive player of the week for his five-touchdown performance against Tulane.

The victor will have the upper hand in the Big Ten East division. Also, it was recently announced that ESPN's popular college football pregame show - College GameDay - will be live on the Penn State campus.

Four drives into the Buckeyes' win over Tulane, he already had more passing yards than OSU managed in any of its last six games in 2017.

Penn State lost star running back Saquon Barkley to the National Football League, but that hasn't slowed the Nittany Lions.

Ohio State next faces No. 9 Penn State on Saturday. A white-out crowd of 107,000 will await Ohio State in a game that features the country's two most prolific offenses. Penn State's defense, which lost nine starters, has been porous at times. Ohio State enters the matchup as one of the most potent offenses in the nation, averaging almost 600 yards per game.

Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa will not be reevaluated until November after undergoing "major surgery", his dad, John Bosa, told The Athletic on Monday.

Come kickoff on Saturday night, Beaver Stadium is sure to be rocking. However, knocking off Ohio State will be a tall task.

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