Already a 29-point underdog, Rutgers’ chances of beating Ohio State got a lot slimmer Saturday night as the Scarlet Knights will be without their top playmaker.
Janarion Grant, second on the Scarlet Knights in all-purpose yards, will miss his second straight game because of an undisclosed injury.
No WR Janarion Grant tonight for Rutgers. No. 2 in receiving yards, leads team in all-purpose yardage
— Bill Landis (@BillLandis25) September 30, 2017
Grant was listed as probable after missing last week’s game against Nebraska with the same injury.
Grant was on his way to being one of the most explosive players in the Big Ten in 2016, but a broken ankle suffered against Iowa ended his campaign four games into the season.
In 2017, Grant has 12 receptions for 113 yards and a touchdown.
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