Good luck, Ohio State fan.
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A torn labrum has kept Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller out of action for quite some time now and will prevent him from participating in the Buckeyes’ spring game on Saturday. However, Miller may get a chance to show off his running ability.
Brave Ohio State fan Alex Gies challenged Miller to a race at halftime on Saturday. It appears Miller has accepted the challenge.
As Miller subtly points out, he clocks in at 4.32 seconds in the 40-yard dash. Even with the proposed 10-yard head start, Gies might be in trouble here.
Ohio State probably isn’t going to let this happen, but we can only hope something persuades Urban Meyer to let Miller run.
Miller was brilliant as the Buckeyes’ quarterback before suffering the injury, throwing for over 2,000 yards and running for over 1,000 in both 2012 and 2013. That may not be enough for Miller to earn his starting job back, even if fully healthy, as J.T. Barrett and national title game hero Cardale Jones have also been successful under center.
Ohio State’s quarterback battle will be one of the most interesting things to watch for during the college football offseason. This race probably won’t have much of an impact on it.
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