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Miyan Williams And Matt Jones Available, Gee Scott Jr. A Game-Time Decision And 11 Buckeyes Ruled Out For Peach Bowl

               Ohio State's pre-Peach Bowl status report doesn't come as a big surprise.                </p><div><table class="right"><thead><tr><th scope="col">



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            <strong>Determining game time</strong>
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            TE GEE SCOTT JR.
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            <strong>You can not use it</strong>
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            WR Jackson Smith Niziba<br/>RB Trebillon Henderson<br/>S. Court Williams<br/>RB TC Caffey<br/>RB Evan Prior<br/>De Mitchell Melton<br/>WR Camryn Babb<br/>WR Corban Cleveland<br/>LS Bradley Robinson<br/>LB Jalen Pace<br/>OL Avery Henry
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The Buckeyes' most pressing health-related issue of Bowl Week is that third-year running back Myan Williams, who missed several days of interviews and Wednesday's public practice viewing window, is fit to go to the college football playoff semifinals. Williams, who has been battling stomach bugs all week, returned to practice on Thursday and Ryan Day said he was okay with the game.






The program has confirmed that Saturday as Williams is not listed in the Buckeyes' official availability report.






Ohio State also has an Ohio starter back on the offensive line, and Matt Jones, who missed Michigan's game with a sprained foot in the fourth quarter against Maryland, wasn't on the list either. About Buckeyes status report.






The only Buckeye mentioned as a game time decision was Gee Scott Jr., who was clothed in the open practice viewing window on Thursday but stood on the sidelines and did not participate in the drills. .






Eleven Buckeyes, including Jaxon Smith-Njigba and TreVeyon Henderson, who were ruled out with injuries well before the contest, are listed as ineligible for the Peach Bowl. Henderson attended both his bowl his media his day in Ohio and the ensuing practice on Thursday, watching from his surgically repaired foot boots with hands-free crutches. .
Ohio captain Camryn Babb also wasn't on one of the pads in the Buckeyes' practice viewing window this week, but is listed as unable to attend.






The Buckeyes and Bulldogs will kick off at 8 p.m. at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in downtown Atlanta and will face off to determine half of the entrants for the national championship game on January 9.