YouTube/FOX NewsOne of the 11 injured in yesterday’s attack at OSU is Ohio State professor William Clark. During a press conference today, he said Ohio State is “still a great University. We still beat Michigan.”Clark, a professor emeritus in the Materials Science Engineering department, was hit by the car of alleged assailant Abdul Razak Ali Artan, an 18-year old Ohio State student, and slashed near the ankles. Today, during a press conference after being released by Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center, Clark had a message that we’re sure members of the Ohio State community will appreciate.”We’re a great university, we still beat Michigan,” says OSU Professor William Clark, a victim in Monday’s knife attack.— WHIOTV (@whiotv) November 29, 2016Clark’s full press conference is available to watch, courtesy of FOX News.OSU Professor heard and saw the Honda Civic crash. It clipped the back of his leg and he was flipped up and down onto concrete.— WHIOTV (@whiotv) November 29, 2016OSU Professor says:”Before I pass judgement on this young man, Id like to see exactly what the circumstances were.Im going home, he’s dead.”— WHIOTV (@whiotv) November 29, 2016Ohio State is holding a gathering at St. John Arena in response to yesterday’s attack. The event is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.Together, we are #BuckeyeStrong. Please join us tonight as we gather to listen, learn and heal as a community. Info: https://t.co/xtZ7b9qljm pic.twitter.com/KinlBjg14p— Ohio State (@OhioState) November 29, 2016Our thoughts go out to everyone affected by yesterday’s attack, and the entire Ohio State community.