Rivals and friends: Joey Bosa offers an update on Jake Rudock's health
Joey Bosa, Ohio State's star defensive end, got in touch with Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock after the Buckeyes beat the Wolverines 42-13 on Saturday.
It only makes sense since Bosa knocked his former teammate at Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Florida out of the game with a blind-side hit in the fourth quarter.
Without getting into specifics, Bosa told reporters in Columbus on Wednesday that Rudock's injury is not considered overly serious.
The two-time Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year also offered a reminder of how things often go on social media these days.
Rudock wasn't able to finish Ohio State's 42-13 win over the Wolverines, but he hopes to be available for Michigan's bowl game.
(H/T Detroit News)
"We mess around with each other, talk about the funny rivalry and all the great comments I got on my Instagram post about how classless, and how much of a dirtbag I am for messing with one of my friends from high school. But we both had a laugh, and he's doing fine."