Braxton Miller to Stay at OSU

The saga surrounding the Ohio State quarterback situation seems to garner endless stories, no matter the time of year. Early Wednesday, Braxton Miller said that next week he would shed more light on his playing situation.

Miller, who just graduated this past spring, is eligible to transfer to any NCAA program and play immediately due to his student status. Given the crowd in Urban Meyer's QB room, many have speculated that Miller should take his talents elsewhere.

The redshirt senior is coming off of shoulder surgery that sidelined him for the whole 2014 season, which opened the door for J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones to lead the Buckeyes to a championship. A healthy Miller would give Meyer three very different, very talented options under center, but it might be too much for playing time considerations.

Miller seems to be rehabbing well, though shoulder health will obviously remain a concern moving forward.

https://twitter.com/BraxtonMiller5/status/616404585306005504

Despite Miller's "next week" teaser, ESPN's Joe Schad reported today that Miller is going to remain a Buckeye

https://twitter.com/schadjoe/status/616662972287582208

The Ohio State QB race will be one of the most intriguing stories moving forward, and all eyes will be on Columbus as the Buckeyes attempt to repeat their national championship. It appears that, at least for now, they will do so with Braxton Miller still on the roster. 

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