Coleridge CJ Bernard Stroud IV is an American football quarterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Stroud attended and played high school football at Rancho Cucamonga High School located in Rancho Cucamonga, California. He holds the Ohio State record for most consecutive passes completed.
Cj Stroud: Illness, Sick, Stomach Flu, Injury Update
Hickman is said to be out, while Stroud may try to play through.
This appears to be false, as Stroud got on the bus for Ann Arbor earlier today. No, I wasn’t wishing for him to be out, as all of you know how Michigan is against backup QBs (it’s not pretty). I just hastily posted on the off chance that it was true.
With Ohio State struggling to run the ball against Nebraska on Saturday afternoon, head coach Ryan Day asked quarterback C.J. Stroud to win the game with his arm.
CJ Stroud sick like 20 minutes ago and the first headline that popped up almost gave me a hearattack. It said Ohio state turning to Kyle McCord or Jack Miller. But it was from Akron week lol.
Certain geniuses have told us any of the QB’s on the roster could have put up the same numbers as Stroud. Don’t anticipate any drop off if true.
“The Flu Game,” the famous 1997 NBA Finals moment when Michael Jordan overcame a stomach virus to lead the Chicago Bulls to victory over the Utah Jazz.
Ironically, one of the biggest revelations to come out of “The Last Dance” documentary on the Bulls is that Jordan believes he suffered from food poisoning in a doctored pizza before the famous game.
The alleged pizzeria owner has now refuted those allegations, so like all food poisoning allegations in sports, this will remain a mystery.
The shoulder injury that plagued C.J. Stroud early this season was a separated AC joint that he suffered in Ohio State’s season opener against Minnesota.
During an appearance on Big Ten Network on Thursday, Stroud revealed he suffered that injury when he took a hit on his shoulder during Ohio State’s first game of the season against Minnesota.