COLUMBUS — Ohio State linebacker Dante Booker is probable for the Buckeyes' game against Indiana, coach Urban Meyer said.
Booker, who has not played in the past month because of a sprained MCL, has been probable three weeks in a row. He has not actually seen the field since falling injured in the Buckeyes' season opening game against Bowling Green.
Booker dressed and had a brace on his knee for last week's game against Rutgers, but did not appear in the contest.
Jerome Baker has started in Booker's place for the past three games. Baker returned an interception for a touchdown in the Buckeyes' win against Oklahoma on Oct. 17.