It’s two weeks down, two to go in Columbus, where Ohio State officially finds itself at the halfway point in its fall camp session. Unlike the first week of camp when they were still getting their feet wet, the Buckeyes’ second week on the field has provided a closer look at what we can expect from them when they take the field on Aug. 30.
That could be perceived as both good and bad for Ohio State, which has seen development on one of its most questioned units but has also been without its star player for large portions of practice. Add in a few freshmen making names for themselves, and there’s been no shortage of storylines in Columbus as the Buckeyes move toward their season opener against Navy.
More on Miller
After undergoing offseason shoulder surgery, Braxton Miller was expected to make a full recovery in time for the start of his senior season. And while he may still do just that, the Heisman hopeful isn’t there quite yet, with the clock ticking toward Aug. 30.
Miller has been severely limited in the first two weeks of fall camp, with Urban Meyer monitoring his throwing reps and sitting his star player out of Ohio State’s team scrimmage last weekend. Perhaps more worrisome, Meyer admitted that if the Buckeyes’ season started sooner than it did, their plan for the Midshipmen would need to be altered.
“If the game was tomorrow, because of where he’s at, we would be very cautious with Braxton,” Meyer said when asked if Ohio State would need to rely on…
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