Marvin Harrison Jr., the wide receiver for Ohio State Buckeyes, has yet to confirm his participation in the upcoming Cotton Bowl. Despite earlier assumptions that he might opt out of the game in preparation for the NFL Draft, his presence during the team’s travel to Texas suggests a potential for his involvement.

However, Harrison did not take part in team practices on Tuesday and Wednesday, intensifying speculations that he might not play. Brian Hartline, the Buckeyes’ wide receivers coach, offered ambiguous remarks when asked about Harrison’s status, hinting that clarity might come from Coach Ryan Day.

Hartline highlighted Harrison’s eagerness to participate in every practice rep and his readiness to play if called upon. Yet, he hinted at the possibility of other players seizing opportunities in the game against Missouri.

With uncertainties looming, the situation remains unclear until the Cotton Bowl kickoff on Friday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

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