Sorry, Michigan fans, it’s starting to look like the real rivalry around here.
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller is done for the season because of a shoulder injury. The senior needs surgery to repair of torn labrum.
With just over two weeks remaining before its season opener, it appears No. 5 Ohio State has already sustained a devastating loss.
It’s good to see the rivalry is ready to go for their match up Saturday, November 29, 2014.
Miller went on to finish the game with six passes for 133 yards and 153 yards on the ground, where he averaged more than 9 yards per carry.
What’s brewing with the 2013 Ohio State Buckeyes …
No one could have blamed at least a few of the 19 seniors on Ohio State’s football team if they had bolted for somewhere else.
If Wolverines had played better verses the option this year I’d be tempted to pick the upset. Braxton Miller is the difference.
Terell Pryor was the first “franchise qb” that Ohio State has in the Tressel years. Now Ohio State has a successor for Pryor in Braxton Miller from Huber Heights, Ohio/Wayne who is a freshman at Ohio State this year.