Posted January 05, 2014 on
While all eyes turn to Braxton Miller and his impending decision of whether or not to enter the upcoming NFL Draft, it's never too late to look at what Ohio State has behind its star signal caller. With Kenny Guiton's eligibility having expired, the next man up could be J.T. Barrett, a freshman who has already made an impact on the Buckeyes program.

Braxton Miller Lowers Shoulder, Scores 33-Yard TD Run (GIF)

Braxton Miller is one of the best dual-threat quarterbacks in the country, and it didn’t take long for him to show off his wheels in the Orange Bowl. On Ohio State’s first drive, Miller kept the ball on a read-option play and took off down field. A high step maneuver and a lowered shoulder later and the Buckeyes’ QB was in the end zone, tying the game up at 7. courtesy: bleacher...

Braxton Miller drilled after tossing touchdown (GIF)

Braxton Miller delivered a go-ahead touchdown for the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Orange Bowl but was driven into the ground by Spencer Shuey afterwards. Miller was battered throughout the night prior to this touchdown pass. Kenny Guiton came on to attempt a two point conversion for the Buckeyes. The attempt failed and Guiton was later seen warming up on the sidelines.

Braxton Miller Beasting Through the Pain in the Orange Bowl

Braxton Miller is putting on a show in what could be his final college game. The Ohio State QB has been getting it done by any means necessary--running, passing, and I wouldn't be surprised if he threw a block or two out there (didn't see it but I'm just saying...). In the process he has taken an absolute beating from the Clemson defense--like he did here on this touchdown...

Ohio State loses to Clemson 40-35 in Orange Bowl

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller writhed on the ground and clutched his right shoulder, a grimace of pain visible through his face mask. A jarring hit had just caused Miller to lose a fumble, one of four turnovers by the Buckeyes in the final 20 minutes of the Orange Bowl, and they all hurt. Clemson took advantage in a game with four lead changes and won 40-35 Friday night...

Report: Quarterback Braxton Miller Will Return to Ohio State For Senior Season

Ohio State’s season ended with a loss in the Big Ten Championship to Michigan State game and a defeat to Clemson in Friday’s Orange Bowl, but the Buckeyes should once again be a top team in 2014 because their starting quarterback is coming back for his senior season. “Ohio State will be keeping two of its top players on the offensive side of the ball, however. Quarterback Braxton...

Video: Clemson Downs Ohio State After Late Interception

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller accounted for four touchdowns on the night against Clemson, but it was one costly interception that wound up being the difference between victory and defeat. Miller, right after the Buckeyes were given life on a less-than-advisable throw by Tigers quarterback Tajh Boyd that was picked off by C.J. Barnett, turned the ball right back over to his...

Miller Says NFL Decision Still To Come

After an up-and-down game in the Orange Bowl, Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller said his decision on returning to school next year or turning pro has yet to be made.

Buckeyes about to enter an offseason of change

(Eds: With AP Photos.) By RUSTY MILLER AP Sports Writer Hang on. This could be a wild offseason at Ohio State. Even if, as expected, quarterback Braxton Miller returns for his senior year, coach Urban Meyer will be busy rebuilding a team hit by two defeats to end the season. ''You sometimes have to go through things. I'd rather not, but that's part of (it),'...

Braxton Miller will return for 2014

Ohio State's Ryan Shazier, the school's leading tackler this season, is leaving college for the NFL, according to a source. Shazier, a 6-foot-2 230-pound junior, is considered one of the top five outside linebackers in this year's NFL Draft. Ohio State will be keeping two of its top players on the offensive side of the ball, however. Quarterback Braxton Miller and tight...

Ohio State’s Ryan Shazier to leave for NFL Draft, Braxton Miller to stay

Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier will leave for the NFL Draft, multiple media outlets reported on Saturday afternoon. Quarterback Braxton Miller will stay for his senior season, however, as reported by Sports Illustrated’s Pete Thamel. The news is fairly expected for Shazier. He was a First-Team All-American this season and is likely to be a first round draft pick in the pros...

Report: Shazier To Declare, Miller To Stay

Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier will reportedly forego his senior season and enter the 2014 NFL Draft. The first-team All-American leaves the Buckeyes as the program's 14th all-time tackler and a two-time All-Big Ten selection. However, quarterback Braxton Miller and tight end Jeff Heuerman will stay at OSU.

Whiteboard in Ohio State locker room smashed after Orange Bowl loss

The Ohio State Buckeyes were defeated 35-40 by the Clemson Tigers in the Orange Bowl on Friday night.  It was a shootout between two of colleges best quarterbacks – Braxton Miller of Ohio State and Tajh Boyd of Clemson. But the game isn’t what the piece is about. It’s what happened after the game.  As you can expect, Ohio State were very upset with this loss.  They had been...

Turnovers the difference in Clemson's Orange Bowl win

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Clemson won the coin toss Friday night before the Discover Orange Bowl and elected to receive the opening kickoff. One day shy of the two-year anniversary of its embarrassing loss, the 12th-ranked Tigers outlasted No. 7 Ohio State for a 40-35 victory. Clemson (11-2) led 20-9 halfway through the second quarter before the Buckeyes (12-2) scored 20 unanswered...

Clemson clinches Orange Bowl win over Ohio State with questionable INT

After Clemson Tigers quarterback Tajh Boyd threw an interception to give Ohio State the ball back and one last chance to score, Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller threw an interception.  Or at least, so the refs said.  The call on the field stood, that Stephone Anthony had intercepted the pass, but it looks pretty questionable.  It doesn’t appear that Anthony controlled the...

#12 Clemson Beats #7 Ohio State In Orange Bowl Shootout

Thanks to a historic performance from Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd, #12 Clemson upset #7 Ohio State 40-35 in an offensive showcase at the 2014 Orange Bowl. It was an offensive game for the first 55 minutes of the game, but the last five minutes were dictated by defense. Trailing by 5 with less than four minutes left, Ohio State had the ball in Clemson territory. Braxton Miller was...
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