Braxton Miller Will Return For 2015

In a season full of negatives, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer finally heard some positive news when he found out injured quarterback Braxton Miller will return to the program for the 2015 season.

After injuring his right throwing shoulder, Miller saw his excellent career take a rough turn before Meyer announced that he should be healthy and ready to go next year.  Some had originally thought it was in Miller’s best interest to enter the NFL Draft, but after a serious injury it is far more logical for Miller to prove to scouts that he’s the same Big Ten Player of the Year quarterback and that this injury will not have permanent implications.

The Buckeyes have turned to J.T. Barrett as Miller’s replacement in 2014, and he has been inconsistent during his first season at the helm. Barrett has Ohio State at a 3-1 record and no. 20 ranking heading into their first ever Big Ten matchup with the Maryland Terrapins.  Still, Meyer has made it a point of emphasize that Miller will be the team’s starting quarterback next season.

*Section Photo credit to Andrew Weber, USA Today Sports ; Featured Photo (above) credit to ChatSports

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