OSU star football player Ezekiel Elliott’s missing dog is found

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — The dog belonging to Ohio State star running back Ezekiel Elliott has been found.


According to a previous Tweet from Ezekiel Elliott, someone took the dog from his dad’s Columbus yard Sunday night.

Elliott’s father, Stacy, told Fox affiliate WTTE in Columbus that he woke up early Monday to feed their dog and discovered someone cut a hole in the fence and the dog was gone.

Stacy Elliott says he and his son bought the dog back in March of 2014. They named the Alaskan Malamute and German Shepard mix “Chase.” “The Chase” was the Buckeye’s slogan for last season when they went on to win the National Championship.

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