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OSU RB Jordan Hall Tears Tendon Cleaning Up Dog Poop

Ohio State’s running back, Jordan Hall, was the projected starter for the team going into the 2012 season. However, on June 30th, Hall needed surgery after injuring his foot while walking in grass outside his residence in Columbus.

Last season, Hall rushed for rushed for 405 yards and 2 touchdowns, but has 2,513 all-purpose yards entering his senior year.

Ohio State had its annual media day on Sunday, and the-Ozone’s Brandon Castel found out some interesting news regarding Hall’s injury.

This injury should be added to the list of weirdest sports injuries that includes: Joba Chamberlain dislocating his ankle while jumping on a trampoline, Jaguars punter Chris Hanse hitting his leg with an axe while in the locker room, and Astros pitcher Nolan Ryan not being able to pitch after being bit by a coyote.

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