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The Heisman Trust is not going to be pleased with Braxton Miller when they see this haircut, but it’s the off-season, and most importantly, it’s his hair. Ohio State star quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Braxton Miller was seen rocking a new blonde mohawk, that’s part Tyrann Mathieu from two years ago, and part Wesley Snipes in Demolition Man. Most Buckeye haters and Wolverine fans are definitely going to label that color Maize. What do my readers and most importantly my boss and owner of this wonderful site, Mr. Robert Littal think of Miller’s new do? H/T The Big Lead
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Above is a photo of Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller as he looked last fall. This upcoming season, Miller will be a junior and it will be up to him to lead Urban Meyer’s troops into gridiron battle.
Perhaps recognizing that his transition from an underclassman to an upperclassman is a big one, Miller apparently thought a big change was in order. Something to separate...
Quarterback Braxton Miller took a shot to the ribs for the second time in a week but Ohio State's Heisman Trophy candidate finished practice Tuesday and Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer said the junior was fine.
The Big Ten's player of the year in 2012 was hit on an option pitch by defensive end Noah Spence even though Miller was wearing a black (for no contact) jersey.
Ohio State’s quarterback, Braxton Miller, is really letting his hair down in the off-season. Case in point would be the below picture which shows Braxton’s new haircut which is something you don’t see every day.
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Ohio State football is one of the hottest tickets of all of college football — even for the student body.
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Five issues and or questions facing Ohio State basketball now that the 2012-13 season is over.
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In case you haven’t noticed, I wrote a ton of words this week which means that I have earned a relaxing Friday post. I don’t make the rules around here, I just run the show (or something). Anyway, while we all hold our breath for the announcement of when Drew poops solid again, here are a few topics to get us through...