Report: Braxton Miller cleared for full activity

There is some good news regarding Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller.

No, Miller has not won the starting job in Columbus. He has, however, been medically cleared for full activity as of Monday, June 8 with no limitations.

The report comes by way of 247 Sports.

Miller reportedly had a setback a couple of weeks ago, so it is promising to see he has been able to get fully cleared in time for the starting quarterback competition to really heat up.

Vegas odds have J.T. Barrett as the favorite to win the job and an Ohio poll showed Buckeyes fans want Cardale Jones to start in 2015, but the source contributing to 247 Sports’ report believes the job is Miller’s to lose.

One thing is clear: the competition is going to continue being an interesting storyline leading up to the season.

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