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The Ohio State Buckeyes dodged a bullet on Saturday after star quarterback Braxton Miller left their game against San Diego State with a lower leg injury.
it was later reported that Miller had suffered a sprained MCL in his left knee.
The Plain Dealer is reporting that Urban Meyer feels there is a good chance that Miller will be ready to go next Saturday vs Cal, and that Miller could have played if the Buckeyes needed him to.
“The things that make him dangerous are his wheels,” Meyer said of Miller. “We all decided it was best not to [put him back in]. I think there’s a chance he’ll be ready next week.”
Even though Kenny Guiton accounted for over 230 total yards, the Buckeyes will go as Braxton Miller takes them.
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Ohio State fans are currently holding their breath after Heisman candidate Braxton Miller left the game against San Diego State with at least one injury. On a 4th down rushing attempt, Miller was sandwiched by several defenders, his helmet popped off, and then trainers attended to his left leg. Here’s a look at the play:
Miller was able to walk off the field, but appeared wobbly...
Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller suffered a sprained MCL during Saturday’s 42-7 win over San Diego State. It was during the second quarter when the Heisman candidate went down. Head coach Urban Meyer classified Miller’s status as day-to-day when Meyer met with the media today.
Meyer mentioned that Miller wanted to be put back in the game, and the coach also acknowledged that...
With less than 72 hours before No. 4 Ohio State plays at California, the status of injured Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller is still uncertain.
Coach Urban Meyer said Miller got in a little work at Wednesday's practice but then had another session of rehab for his injured left knee.
''We'll know more tomorrow,'' Meyer said. ''He's going on...
Ohio State fans got a nice scare Saturday when they saw their quarterback, Braxton Miller, get twisted up in a pile and go down. When he didn't get right back up on his own Buckeyes everywhere held their breath. Was there shot at the national title slipping away right before their eyes?
Word during the game was that he had an MCL sprain and that...
The Ohio State Buckeyes are off to a 2-0 start and are ranked No. 4 in the nation, but they may have to try and move to 3-0 without their Heisman Trophy candidate at quarterback. Braxton Miller suffered a sprained MCL in his left knee during Saturday’s 42-7 win over San Diego State. Head coach Urban Meyer says his star quarterback is “day-to-day.”
Miller was injured during...
Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller left Saturday’s game with a knee injury.
Miller, a junior, took a shot to his knee and head while losing his helmet. His status going forward is unknown at this time.
The injury occurred in the first quarter and Miller was 2-of-2 for 30 yards before leaving the game.
Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer held his weekly press conference Monday morning and gave an update on the status of junior quarterback Braxton Miller.
Sounding like a grizzled manager referring to his shut-down relief pitcher, Urban Meyer called Kenny Guiton ''the old right-hander.''
Come to think of it, maybe Guiton is No. 3 Ohio State's closer.
He took over when Braxton Miller left with a sprained left knee, running for one touchdown and passing for two on Saturday while keeping the Buckeyes right on task...
Ohio State backup quarterback Kenny Guiton relieved an injured Braxton Miller early in the first quarter and turned in a career performance, leading the Buckeyes to a 42-7 rout of nonconference rival San Diego State. Guiton completed 19 of 28 passes for 152 yards and two touchdowns, and added 83 yards and another score on the ground.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer began his remarks after Saturday's 42-7 blowout of San Diego State by praising a scarlet-and-gray clad crowd of 104,984 at Ohio Stadium.
''It was a fantastic environment,'' he said of the game and all that surrounded it provided by the band, cheerleaders and the Buckeyes faithful.
This week, the environment won't be nearly so...
Ohio State fifth-year senior Kenny Guiton was previously best known for leading the Buckeyes to a comeback victory against Purdue last season. Now after coming in for an injury Braxton Miller and leading OSU to a 42-7 rout of San Diego State on Saturday, Guiton will be known for more.
The Ohio State Buckeyes landed a series of haymakers in the first quarter leading 35-0 and then waddled through a 7-7 second half, to win 42-7.
I’m sitting in my recliner at about 6:00pm Saturday, enjoying the after effects of Buckeye victory, yet I must admit that I’m troubled. The Buckeyes for the second week in a row, came out of the gates against fast against a lesser opponent...