Braxton Miller doesn’t have cable to watch highlights

Ohio State wide receiver Braxton Miller had quite possibly the best return to football anyone could have ever had. In the game, he caught a pass that he took more than 50 yards for the touchdown and he lit up social media with his “B button spin move” on his 50 plus-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.

Everyone that watches college football has seen these highlights probably close to thirty times now, except for Miller.

Miller was answering questions after Wednesday’s practice when he said that he is only able to watch the highlights when he goes to the locker room because he doesn’t have cable at his apartment.

Instead, he uses Apple TV, which seemed like a pretty good plug for the product that no one seems to use anymore. I bet some people will be killing to have one now just because that’s all Miller watches.

Someone really needs to let him use their WatchESPN log-in information.

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