Ohio State offensive coordinator Brian Hartline had accident with his ATV.Hartline has tweeted that he is ‘doing well.’OSU says Hartline expects to be released from hospital later Sunday.
Ohio State offensive coordinator Brian Hartline has been hospitalized after he was injured in a vehicular accident in Delaware County, Ohio.
According to a statement released by the Ohio State athletic department late Sunday afternoon, Hartline and a friend who’s unaffiliated with Ohio State were transported to Riverside Hospital early Sunday with non-life-threatening injuries sustained in an all-terrain vehicle accident. The statement said that Hartline is hoping to be released from the hospital later Sunday.
Hartline flipped his all-terrain vehicle early this morning on his property, the school said. Tracy Whited, a spokesperson for the Delaware County Sheriff’s office, said it received a call about a rollover crash involving Hartline at approximately 1:20 a.m. Deputies said Hartline was the driver of the Polaris side by side. An ambulance was dispatched to the scene.
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‘I appreciate everyones (sic) support,’ Hartline tweeted late Sunday afternoon. ‘I crashed my side by side on my property and have been taken to the hospital for further evaluation.
‘I am doing well.’
The Buckeyes held their annual spring game on Saturday.
Hartline, who has been Ohio State’s wide receivers coach since 2018 and was promoted to offensive coordinator in January, has been calling plays for the offense in spring practice.