COLUMBUS, Ohio — Cramps and an injured knee have kept quarterback Braxton Miller from playing a complete game so far this season, but it’s too early to tell whether his latest health scare will keep him out of the lineup for No. 4 Ohio State.
Miller has a strained MCL in his left knee and is uncertain for Saturday’s game at California, coach Urban Meyer said Monday.
“Braxton Miller is a day-to-day decision,” Meyer said during his Monday news conference. “He’s feeling much better, but he’s just a little stiff. We’ll know more [Tuesday] morning after that 48-hour period with this injury.”
Miller, a junior, was limited to just one possession in a 42-7 win for the Buckeyes over San Diego State on Saturday, leaving early in the first quarter after he went down awkwardly between two defenders while scrambling to convert a fourth down. Miller was helped off the field and didn’t return to the game, although he was fitted for a brace and potentially could have gone back in if needed, Meyer said.
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