Ohio State OC Brian Hartline hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries
Ohio State football program and former NFL wide receiver Brian Hartline was involved in an ATV accident that resulted in non-life-threatening injuries. According to reports, the 36-year-old crashed on his property early on Sunday morning. The ATV rolled over in the accident, and there was another person riding with him who is not affiliated with Ohio State.
Hartline has been with the Buckeyes' staff since 2017 and was promoted to offensive coordinator in January, succeeding Kevin Wilson, who took the head coaching job at the University of Tulsa. In his time at Ohio State, Hartline served as wide receivers coach from 2018-22 and took on the role of passing game coordinator in 2022.
In a post on social media, Hartline expressed his gratitude for the outpouring of support he has received from everyone. "I appreciate everyone's support," he said. "I crashed my side by side on my property and have been taken to the hospital for further evaluation. I am doing well."
Hartline played in the NFL for seven seasons, recording 344 receptions, 4,766 yards, and 14 touchdowns in 104 games (73 starts) with the Miami Dolphins (2009-14) and Cleveland Browns (2015). After his playing career, Hartline joined Ohio State's staff as a quality control coach before being promoted to full-time wide receivers coach.
The Buckeyes are in spring practices, but it is unclear at this time how Hartline's accident will affect his role in the team's preparations. The Ohio State football program has not fully released any further information about the incident, but everyone in the sports community is sending their thoughts and well-wishes to Hartline as he recovers.
--Field Level Media
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