For obvious reasons, Braxton Miller’s transition to receiver will be one of the biggest storylines during Big Ten training camps. [ MORE: Watch Braxton Miller show off hands | Drone will follow QB-turned-WR ] Miller, who announced that he would be moving from quarterback to wide receiver late last month, debuted at his new position Monday, the first day of Ohio State fall practice. The two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year at quarterback ran patterns, caught passes and took pointers from Joey Galloway, the former Ohio State standout wide receiver and current ESPN analyst. Here’s what Urban Meyer
If it wasn't official before, it's officially official now. Braxton Miller, the star quarterback-turned-wide receiver who elected to return to Ohio State for his final season, arrived at camp Sunday.
Wow… 🔥💯🏈 #GoBucks @braxtonmiller92 with @repostapp. ・・・ Messing around on the field catching punts w/ @c_farris57 he is sooooo dramatic 😒. Snagged the sixth one though. A post shared by The Ohio State Football (@ohiostatefb) on Aug 3, 2015 at 1:54pm PDT Braxton Miller’s move from quarterback to wide receiver was one of the most-talked-about topics atlast week’s Big Ten Media Days in Chicago. [ MORE: Like this story? Check out our full Gone Viral section ] How he will be able to catch passes and run routes were the biggest questions surrounding the move. Well, the first part of
So, the much-scrutinized and analyzed Ohio State quarterback position just drew into greater focus now that Braxton Miller is moving to receiver, news SI's Pete Thamel broke late Thursday night.
Braxton Miller put an end to the never-ending rumors late last week, announcing he will return to Ohio State for his final season of eligibility. [ MORE: Who should start for Ohio State? We asked several writers ] A graduate student, Miller could have transferred and been eligible this fall. Instead, the two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year will battle J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones for the starting quarterback job of the reigning national champs. Did Miller consider leaving? “Nah, I’m a Buckeye, man,” he told 247Sports.com. “I’ve got a tat on my shoulder. My son is going
Take a deep breath, Ohio State fans: Braxton Miller is returning to OSU for his senior season, and this time, the news is official. In an interview with the Columbus Dispatch, Miller confirmed that he will be back playing for the Buckeyes this season. He was forced to miss the entire 2014 season after tearing his labrum in his right shoulder in August. “I’m from Ohio, this is my home state,” Miller told the Dispatch. “This is where I started and this is where I’m going to finish it.” Miller also spoke about rumors of him leaving Ohio State and transferring
Who will start at quarterback for Ohio State? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart asked some Big Ten and national media who they would choose.
Should it be Braxton Miller? J.T. Barrett? Cardale Jones? BTN.com's Tom Dienhart asked several national football experts for their pick.
When Braxton Miller took the podium at Ohio State’s national championship celebration Saturday morning at Ohio Stadium, people listened carefully. [ MORE: Watch the Ohio State celebration again on BTN2Go! ] Would the 2012 and 2013 Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year and Silver Football Award winner put an end to the rumors and announce his decision to stay at Ohio State for his final year of eligibility? Heck, even the fans chanted “One More Year!” as Miller approached the podium and gathered himself before addressing the crowd. Miller’s message was quick. “Man, it’s a privilege and an honor
Braxton Miller will be back with Ohio State in 2015, according to Urban Meyer. Speaking to the media this morning, Meyer indicated he had talked to Miller—who will be a senior next season--about the situation after he suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in August.