When Braxton Miller re-injured his surgically repaired shoulder in Monday's practice, the entire Ohio State Buckeyes football team, was hoping this wasn't happening. Miller who had surgery to repair the damage he did to his shoulder in the Orange Bowl loss to Clemson, was trying to return to full speed too fast in my opinion.
Shoulder surgery isn't something you can come back from quickly. It takes time to rebuild the muscles, to properly rehab the injuries. Miller is going to have an MRI this morning to see how bad he hurt his shoulder. His entire 2014 season is in doubt.
Neither head coach Urban Meyer or anyone else in the Buckeyes organization wanted to talk about the Miller injury. With the season about to get under way, we are left wondering what the Buckeyes will do if Miller misses the season.
Some are pointing to JT Barrett to replace Braxton Miller. Reports say Barrett holds the lead over Cardale Jones for the back-up role in Columbus.
Lets hope Miller isn't injured as bad as it looks. If he didn't do any internal damage, maybe he could return to start for the Buckeyes. Many thought this would be the year, Miller would win the Heisman Trophy. He is returning to the Buckeyes after winning the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year 2 times.
Let's hope Miller isn't injured as bad as it looks. The Buckeyes could use his presence on the field.
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