Bucknuts24/7 received exciting news from insiders who work closely with Ohio State. According to these sources, QB Braxton Miller recovered fully, and he will be able to throw the football without a problem. Miller recently received surgery to repair an injured shoulder that was giving him trouble.
A few weeks ago, Miller was complaining about pain coming from his throwing shoulder during a practice session. After examining his shoulder, the sources within his camp identified the injury as nothing more than soreness and discomfort. Since this incident, the Urban Meyer publicly stated that Miller is in great condition, and he is ready to compete for this year's starting quarterback position.
Millers first shoulder injury occurred during an Orange Bowl game against Clemson in January 2014. The second injury happened while he was executing non-contact drills at his pre-season camp during August.
Hearing about Miller's successful recovery from his shoulder injury is quite reassuring. However, the starting position behind center is not necessarily guaranteed for this fifth-year senior. The team coordinators may choose another player for this position when the Buckeyes challenge Virginia Tech in Blacksburg on September 7th.
J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones are potential prospects for this starting position as well. Miller will be competing with these players through the summer and during pre-season camp. Despite this struggle, sources say Miller will be the starting QB if he remains in good health and performs exceptionally.
We will continue to deliver updated information on Braxton Miller's condition and the quarterback situation for Ohio State.
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