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Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller will miss the 2014 college football season after sustaining a right shoulder injury during Monday’s practice. Miller underwent an MRI on his right shoulder Tuesday morning, revealing the season-ending injury.
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According to reports, Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller will miss the 2014 season after reinjuring his shoulder in practice Monday. Miller, the back-to-back Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, has provided so many great highlight plays throughout his career in Columbus, and we have compiled several of them in this post.
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Ohio State senior quarterback Braxton Miller re-injured his right shoulder attempting a short pass in practice Monday and will miss the 2014 football season. Miller, who was not hit on the play, was in the process of returning from off-season surgery in February for an injury sustained in the 2014 Discover Orange Bowl. This latest injury will require surgery.
This looks like a potentially special Iowa team, a squad good enough to win the Big Ten West. The Hawkeyes are coming off a strong 8-5 season with six starters back on offense and five on defense in what will be Kirk Ferentz’s 16th season on the job.