COLUMBUS - Braxton Miller went from Ohio Stadium to the Ohio State Medical Center Saturday afternoon.
With an all-clear on his medical exams, Ohio State's quarterback will be back on the practice field Tuesday.
Miller was released from the hospital a few hours after checking in, and a school statement Saturday night said he'd been examined and cleared. On Monday, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said all of Miller's test results came back "negative. He's very sore, has a sore neck. We expect him to practice tomorrow."
That would put Miller on track to play in what's suddenly a really big game this Saturday at Penn State. Neither team is postseason eligible, but both the 8-0 Buckeyes and 5-2 Nittany Lions are undefeated in conference play. They're tied atop the Big Ten's Leaders Division.
Meyer said Miller "got, like, a whiplash" last weekend while being tackled against Purdue. It made for a scary moment for a lot of reasons -- Meyer admitted seeing the Buckeyes season flash before his e...