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College Football: The Big Ten has a horrible night

The Big Ten conference had the spotlight last night with three games on National TV networks.  With the world, and more importantly the College Football Playoff Selection Committee, watching, the Big Ten’s hope to make the inaugural College Football Playoff probably ended in Week Two.  Oregon scored 28 in the second half to pull away from Michigan State 46-27.  Michigan is playing...
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio State Wants Fans to Turn People in For Standing Up During the Game

Ohio State is a team in limbo so far this season. Losing Braxton Miller stung, and after seeing the team struggle agaisnt Navy last week fans have to wonder just what the team is going to be capable of this season. They will get their first chance to see the team this coming weekend in the Buckeyes home opener against the Buckeyes.They might want to be careful when it comes to getting...
Via FatManWriting
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio State now without Braxton Miller win against Navy

Ohio State without 2-time Big 10 Offensive Player of the Year Braxton Miller due to injuring his shoulder again still won against Navy in Baltimore, MD 34-17.  If you can believe it, the Buckeyes were actually down going into halftime 6-7.  Braxton’s replacement Redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett completed 12 of 15 passes for 226 yards and two touchdowns in his college debut as...
Via NCAA Football Zone
15 days ago  |  Discuss

This Hype Video Will Have All Ohio State Fans Ready To Run Through A Wall As The 2014 Season Begins

Despite the fact that Braxton Miller will be missing the entire 2014 season with a shoulder injury, Ohio State fans seem to be quite optimistic about their team’s chances this fall.  With a relatively light schedule, a host of talented playmakers on offense, and an incredibly fierce defensive line, it’s possible Ohio State could win a conference championship and appear in the...
Via College Spun
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Braxton Miller Tweets Out A Motivational Poster, Says The Greatest Glory Is Rising In Every Time We Fall

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller has a long road ahead of him. After undergoing shoulder surgery on Tuesday, Miller is expected to take 9-12 months to recover from the shoulder injury that will keep him out for the entire 2014 season. It’s certainly going to be a long, arduous process, but Miller is prepared to face it head on, according to a tweet he sent out earlier today...
Via College Spun
19 days ago  |  Discuss

One CFB Coach: Ohio State Will Be Fine Because Braxton Miller ‘Isn’t A Great Player’

Since losing Braxton Miller to season-ending shoulder surgery, Ohio State has seen its national championship odds drop from 12-to-1 to 50-to-1 in some Las Vegas sportsbooks. Michigan State has become the clear-cut Big Ten favorite in the minds of most, too.  One college football coach disagrees with the dropping of expectations for the Miller-less Buckeyes.  In a report for CBS...
Via College Spun
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Braxton Miller to return to Ohio State in 2015

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller will miss the 2014 season after reinjuring his shoulder, but the Heisman candidate said he intends to return to Columbus next season to finish out his last year of eligibility as a fifth-year senior. “I love Ohio State and Buckeye nation, and my goal is to come back from this injury stronger and better than ever,” Miller said in a statement...
Via Waiting For Next Year
27 days ago  |  Discuss

OSU’s Braxton Miller’s season is in doubt; Injures shoulder

If Ohio State’s football season rests on the shoulders of Heisman Trophy candidate Braxton Miller, Buckeyes fans could be upset. The star quarterback reportedly reinjured his right shoulder in practice Monday, putting his playing status for the coming season in doubt, according to The Columbus Dispatch. The report indicates that redshirt freshman J.T. Barnett will […] The post...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio State football: Predicting the 2014 offensive depth chart

Quarterback: Braxton Miller, Cardale Jones Insight: Braxton Miller’s health is going to be more crucial than ever this season for the Ohio State football team. Cardale Jones and J.T. Barrett each took a lot of first team reps this spring with Miller nursing an injury, and neither looked very impressive.  Both men lack the consistency that the Buckeyes had in backup quarterback...
August 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Coach on Braxton Miller: He doesn't scare you as a passer

Through nearly three full seasons as the starting quarterback at Ohio State, Braxton Miller has thrown for 5,292 yards and 52 touchdowns. He completed 63 percent of his passes and was the 14th-highest rated quarterback in the country in 2013.  According to one anonymous coach, though, the Buckeyes’ senior Heisman contender doesn’t scare opposing teams as a passer.  Will #4...
Via College Spun
August 13, 2014  |  Discuss
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