Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones had to be rushed to the hospital on Wednesday night after experiencing severe head pain, CBS Sports' Jon Solomon confirmed with Jones' high school coach, Ted Ginn Sr.
Ginn received a call about the incident at approximately 10 p.m. ET.
Tony Zarella of Cleveland 19 News first confirmed with Jones' family that Cardale was experiencing "severe head pain," noting the player was "still undergoing tests" at the hospital.
Later Wednesday, Dave Briggs of The Toledo Blade spoke with Jones' mother, who confirmed that her son's hospital visit is over a headache. "He's good," she told Briggs.
Jones and the Buckeyes open their season against Virginia Tech on Monday night. He was expected to split time with quarterback J.T. Barrett, though his status may need to be updated by coach Urban Meyer on Thursday.
An Ohio State official had no comment on Jones' health when contacted by CBS Sports late Wednesday evening.