​The Ohio State Buckeyes have a match for the ages this weekend, so the healthier the team can get, the better. 

Running Mike Weber will be suiting up for Saturday's tilt against No. 4 Michigan. He sat out all of last weekend's game against Maryland with an unspecified injury that was later revealed as a bruised quad.

​​Weber should be a red zone threat all game long against the Wolverines. The junior running back has had himself a solid 2018 season despite the injury issues. In 10 games played, he's amassed 711 rushing yards and five touchdowns. His presence was greatly missed when the Buckeyes nearly lost to unranked Maryland, but he knows as well as anyone how much the showdown with "That Team Up North" matters above all else.

Coach Urban Meyer also said that left tackle Thayer Munford should also be ready to play against the Wolverines. Linebacker Baron Browning will also be activated, providing some much needed defensive depth following their 51-point relapse against Maryland.