staff, staff, May 29, 2015

As football season draws nearer and Braxton Miller remains at Ohio State, it continues to look more and more like the Buckeyes will have a three-man quarterback competition.

Speaking to the media Friday, Urban Meyer said that he expects Miller to stay in Columbus for his final season of eligibility. He should know, because that's what the 2012 and 2013 Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year has told him.

Rumors have linked Miller to a few other programs as a graduate transfer, however the quarterback keeps telling anybody who asks that he isn't going anywhere.

Should Miller remain with the Buckeyes, he'll join J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones in what figures to be the most star-studded and most-talked-about quarterback battle in the history of college football.

A season ago, following Miller's season-ending shoulder injury in the preseason, Barrett led Ohio State to an 11-1 regular season before suffering a season-ending ankle injury in the season finale. That's when Jones entered the picture and led the Buckeyes to three postseason wins and the national title.