COLUMBUS – Thanks to Braxton Miller re-injuring his shoulder, any hopes of capturing Ohio State’s eighth national title may have just gone down the drain.
According to Tim May of The Columbus Dispatch, Ohio State Buckeyes senior quarterback, Braxton Miller re-injured his shoulder at practice, and could miss the entire 2014-15 season. Although nothing is confirmed as of press time, the extent of Miller’s injury is believed to be significant with a recovery time that is uncertain.
Miller, a 2014 Heisman Trophy candidate and top playmaker in Urban Meyer’s offense, was in the process of recovering from shoulder surgery following the Buckeye’s Orange Bowl loss to Clemson, the loss of Miller would be huge for both Miller and the Buckeyes, who are currently ranked No.5 in the AP poll.
With Miller’s injury freshmen signal callers J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones will likely battle it out for the chance to replace Miller.
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