Report: Ohio State QB Braxton Miller re-injures shoulder, could miss season


Published 08/18 2014 11:23PM

Updated 08/18 2014 11:44PM

2014 Kirk Irwin
NBC & the Columbus Dispatch reports Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller re-injured his surgically-repaired right shoulder during the Buckeyes’ Monday afternoon practice.
“The injury puts in jeopardy his playing status for the coming season,” Tim May wrote.
The actual severity of Miller’s injury will be determined Tuesday.
Now, redshirt freshman and former Rider standout J.T. Barrett, who recently earned the role as the team’s No. 2 quarterback, is expected to lead the team into the regular season Aug. 30 against the Navy Midshipmen. Barrett was a four-star recruit the coaching staff eventually expected to be the future of the program. Well, the future is now.

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