Ohio State will be without defensive end Chase Young for an additional game, the school announced on Wednesday.

The NCAA has reportedly concluded its investigation of Young and determined that he should remain suspended for his team’s upcoming game this weekend against Rutgers. Young was held out of the Buckeyes’ contest last week where they destroyed Maryland while the NCAA examined a loan that the junior player accepted from a family friend in 2018.

The loan was reportedly used to assist Young’s girlfriend to attend the Rose Bowl and has since been repaid.

It was expected that Young’s suspension would be four games before Ohio State appealed for his immediate reinstatement. Now he will be available for the highly anticipated Big Ten contests against Penn State and Michigan later this month.

Even though the 20-year old missed this past weekend’s game, he still leads the FBS in sacks (13.5) and is second in tackles for loss (15.5). Young is coming off a performance against Wisconsin where he tied Ohio State’s single-game record for sacks (four) and tackles for loss (five).

With his performance this year, Young’s name has been batted around as a candidate to capture the Heisman Trophy, which would make him the first solely defensive player to take home the award. The Maryland native is also considered to be the top prospect headed into the 2020 NFL Draft.