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BRAXTON MILLER RUMORS

J.T. Barrett Posts Photo Of Himself, Braxton Miller: “We Working To Come Back Like We Never Left”

Ohio State quarterbacks J.T. Barrett and Braxton Miller may be competing for the same position ahead of the 2015 season, but it looks like it hasn’t affected their friendship thus far. Friday, Barrett took to Instagram to post a photo of the duo, with the phrase “We working to come back like we never left.” Barrett, for reference, broke his ankle against Michigan in the team’s...
Via College Spun
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Braxton Miller was in Alabama to visit doctor

Braxton Miller may be interested in transferring to Alabama, but it doesn’t sound like that is the reason he has visited the Birmingham area on multiple occasions. In a phone interview with Matt Zenitz of AL.com on Thursday, ex-Alabama linebacker Trey DePriest said Miller’s visits to Alabama had nothing to do with the Crimson Tide....Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Braxtom Miller-to-Alabama reportedly ‘isn’t happening’

The shenanigans surrounding Braxton Miller and a possible transfer to Alabama took a new turn on Thursday. After a couple days where stories detailing multiple visits to Alabama’s campus ran amuck, via Bleacher Report that a transfer to a new school “isn’t happening.” But don’t expect the rumor mill to stop turning just yet. We have a feeling we haven’t heard the last...
Via Campus Sports Net
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Braxton Miller To Alabama “Isn’t Happening”

The latest Braxton Miller-to-Alabama news comes from Bleacher Report’s Barrett Sallee.  According to the site’s Lead SEC CFB writer, the Ohio State quarterback will not be transferring to the Crimson Tide’s program.  It was reported on Tuesday by ESPN’s Paul Finebaum that Miller to Alabama was a possibility. On Wednesday, an Atlanta-based journalist reported the dual-threat...
Via College Spun
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Ohio State QB Braxton Miller Has Visited Alabama “3 Times”

The Braxton Miller transfer rumors just won’t die.  On Tuesday, ESPN’s Paul Finebaum said there’s “a chance” the Ohio State senior quarterback will end up at Alabama. Nick Saban somewhat addressed the report, basically shooting it down while saying he’d be open to taking a graduate transfer at the QB position.  In the wake of that report, Ray Glier, an Atlanta-based...
Via College Spun
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Braxton Miller reportedly has visited Alabama three times

Rumors have been circulating the past 24 hours about Braxton Miller potentially transferring to Alabama, and there is additional information supporting that rumor. Over the past few days, radio host/SEC media personality Paul Finebaum has reported that there is a chance Miller transfers to Bama. Ray Glier, author of “How the SEC became Goliath” and...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Could Braxton Miller transfer to Alabama?

We are all very familiar with how crowded the Ohio State depth chart is at the quarterback position. Unless Urban Meyer figures out a way to effectively utilize a three-quarterback system, there is going to be at least one great signal-caller riding the pine. Unless, of course, one of them transfers. Braxton Miller, who was...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Nick Saban Comments on the Braxton Miller Rumors

There has been a lot of speculation since the Buckeyes hoisted the first ever College Football Playoff championship trophy that quarterback Braxton Miller would consider transferring to another school to get away from the logjam at quarterback in Columbus. On Tuesday afternoon, those rumors ramped up a bit. Paul Finebaum of ESPN stated he talked to a source that believes there is...
Via Campus Sports Net
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Nick Saban Comments On Rumors Of Braxton Miller Potentially Transferring To Alabama

Braxton Miller is set to graduate from Ohio State in just a few weeks, which means that technically, in mid-May, he’ll be able to transfer to another school for his fifth year of eligibility without having to sit out a year. Tuesday, ESPN radio host Paul Finebaum added a bit of fuel to the fire, suggesting that there is a “chance” that Miller will transfer down to Alabama....
Via College Spun
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Could Ohio State really use all three quarterbacks?

Urban Meyer and Ohio State have a problem. It’s a good problem, but it’s still a major issue that won’t be resolved for a while. The Buckeyes boast three championship-caliber quarterbacks in Braxton Miller, J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones, a luxury unheard of seemingly at any level. The competition for the starting job is undoubtedly fierce, and whomever takes the No. 1 spot...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss
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