Ohio college football player dies at hospital after game

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WOOSTER, Ohio (AP) — Officials say a football player at the College of Wooster has died after being hospitalized after a game Saturday when he complained he didn’t feel well.

A college spokesman says 21-year-old Clayton Geib died Sunday afternoon at a hospital in Wooster. He was a senior offensive lineman on the team and a chemistry major at the school.

Spokesman Hugh Howard said he couldn’t provide any details about what caused Geib’s death. He started at right guard in Saturday’s 38-20 home win over Ohio Wesleyan University.

Geib was from London, Ohio. He was an all-conference offensive lineman and was twice named to the North Coast Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll.

Wooster is about 60 miles south of Cleveland.