Braxton Miller excited about coaching Buckeyes someday?

Ohio State quarterback and, more recently, wide receiver Braxton Miller’s playing career in Columbus may be over, but he may have his eyes set on a future with the Buckeyes in case his professional career doesn’t pan out. In response to a tweet, which as since been deleted, Miller did seem excited about the possibility of becoming an Ohio State head coach somewhere down the road.

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It certainly isn’t a farfetched idea, given Miller’s strong ties to Columbus and Ohio State football. Should his NFL career not go anywhere, a return to the program that molded him into the man he is today certainly would be an interesting prospect.

Just the same, Meyer is only 51 years old and doesn’t appear ready to retire anytime soon. Thus, if Miller is destined to be a Buckeyes head coach, he’s going to have to wait a little while.

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