Sep 7, 2013; Columbus, OH, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller (5) is tended to by team medical staff after being injured on a play against the San Diego State Aztecs at Ohio Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Greg Bartram-USA TODAY Sports

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller may have a serious MCL injury (video)

Things are not good right now at Ohio State.

Quarterback Braxton Miller, who was attempting to avoid San Diego State defenders ended up getting his leg caught in a pile, resulting in a pretty nasty bend that was so forceful, it knocked his helmet off.

The Heisman candidate was taken off the field via the medical cart and ESPN’s Shannon Spake is reporting that Miller could have an MCL sprain and he is being fitted for a knee brace.

Per Spake:

ESPN’s Shannon Spake is reporting Braxton Miller may have an MCL sprain or “issue” and they are taking him in for a knee brace.

The injury didn’t look good at first watch and the more you watch it, the more you can’t help but think Miller and Buckeye nation will be lucky if he’s able to return in a week or two.

Miller will likely be sent for an MRI either tonight or tomorrow to make sure there is no tear, which would be nothing short of catastrophic.

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