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Braxton Miller has surgery on throwing shoulder as OSU Spring Football looms

Braxton Miller, meeting with the media on Wednesday night, will probably have limited participation during spring football (megasportsnews.com photo)

It seemed like yesterday that the Ohio State Football team ended its season the Orange Bowl back in January.

Well, don’t look now, Buckeyes Spring Football is just around the corner and everybody’s favorite quarterback may not participate.

Spring practice will begin on March 4, this first of 15 practices which will culminate with the annual Spring Game on April 12 at Ohio Stadium.

Buckeyes QB Braxton Miller, according to a football program spokesperson, underwent a minor surgical outpatient procedure on his throwing shoulder at the Wexner Medical Center. The injury was believed to have occured in January 3 Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida.

The procedure could limit Miller’s participation during the upcoming spring practices.

This will give other quarterback’s a chance in trying to replace the popular and graduated Kenny Guiton as the backup to Miller. The candidates include Cardale Jones, J.T. Barrett and Stephen Collier.

It is believed that Jones has the leg-up on the competition.

 

Braxton Miller-led Scarlet team beats Gray, 31-14 at Paul Brown Stadium

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Braxton Miller with new hairdo, had a solid day 16 of 25 for 217 yards and 2 touchdowns

CINCINNATI, OHIO — At least for 2013, the Ohio State Spring Football Game moved to a new venue in Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals. Ohio Stadium is undergoing renovations and will be ready for the start of the season in August.

It was a beautiful day, Mostly sunny, windy and 53 degrees; and brought out a nice crowd of 37,643.

The Scarlet team, led by QB Braxton Miller, dominated play all day to the tune of a 31-14 victory in two hours, three minutes.

TEAM STATISTICS

First downs: Scarlet 17 Gray 16

Rushing yards: Gray 88 Scarlet 18

Passing yards: Scarlet 21-34-0 Int, 257 yards Gray 16-30-1 Int, 181 yards

Total offensive yards: Scarlet 275 Gray 269

Third down conversions: Gray 6 of 11 Scarlet 5 of 10

Sacks: Gray 9 for 39 yards Scarlet 2 for 13 yards

Urban Meyer saw much improvement during Spring practices but still needs a punter and right tackle

Scarlet Team Stars of the Game

* QB Braxton Miller, 16 of 25 for 217 yards and 2 touchdowns

* WR Devin Smith, 5 receptions for 76 yards and 1 touchdown

* WR Evan Spencer, 3 receptions for 76 yards, opened the game with a 49-yard reception

* RB Bri’onte Dunn, caught 5 passes for 61 yards

GRAY TEAM Stars of the Game

* QB Kenny Guiton, was 9 of 14 passing for 116 yards and 1 touchdown

* WR Michael Thomas, who always stars in the Spring Game, caught 7 balls for 79 yards and a touchdown

* DL Adolphus Washington, sacked the quarterback 4 times

*DL Noah Spence, harassed the quarterback to earn 3 sacks

 

PHOTOS BY Megasportsnews.com

 

OSU 35 CAL 28: A look back by Cal CB Marc Anthony on defensive breakdowns

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The University of California Bears came into Ohio Stadium last Saturday and almost went away with a win. But Ohio State won late in the game, 35-28.

Senior cornerback Marc Anthony had three tackles in the game.

California Bears CB Marc Anthony (megasportsnews.com photo)

Anthony is Cal’s active career leader in passes defended (23) and pass breakups (19).

He was named to Phil Steele’s third team preseason All-PAC-12 team, and a candidate for the Jim Thorpe Award and Jack Tatum Trophy given annually to the nation’s top defensive back.

Collected his first interception of 2012 in the fourth quarter against Southern Utah and returned it 61 yards for a touchdown.

South beats North in 67th Ohio All-Star Classic

 

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The 67th Annual Ohio North-South Classic was won by the South 21-16 last Friday night in Columbus’ Ohio Stadium.

A small crowd witnessed Youngstown Boardman’s Devin Campbell rush for 88 yards and a touchdown for the North.

The South squad had most of the highlights as: Armani Miller of Wayne High School hauled in a 19-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter; Warren Ball of DeSales on the first play of the game scampered 30 yards on a screen pass to set up a touchdown and Brad Miller of Valley View kicked a 27-yard field goal and and extra point.

Ball will be heading to Ohio State in the fall.

 

 

Clipart courtesy of Clker.com

 

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & High School news

OSU SPRING GAME: Miller & Scarlet team beats Gray, 20-14

 

COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Urban Meyer era was ushered in on a chilly, overcast day at venerable Ohio Stadium as 81,112 faithful fans braved the elements and were entertained with a 20-14 win by the Scarlet over the Gray.

Braxton Miller passed the ball well in the new spread offense

Running back Rod Smith ran 7 yards for the game-winning touchdown with 5:29 to go for the Scarlet team.

Defensive back Christian Bryant sealed the game by picking off Gray quarterback Kenny Guiton with 2:52 to play to thwart a comeback attempt.

Eventhough Braxton Miller said in the postgame that fans and media only witnessed “30 percent of the offense”, the Scarlet rolled up 305 total yards and the Gray 227. 532 yards is not pretty good for only 30 percent. It makes you wonder how good the offense could be with “100 percent” of it in place?

Miller led the Scarlet stats going 24 of 31 with one interception and 258 yards.

Michael Thomas emerged as a wide receiver threat catching 12 balls for 131 yards for the Scarlet. Teammate Chris Fields caught 5 passes for 72 yards.

Kenny Guiton proved that he is capable of backing up Miller

Backup QB Kenny Guiton had a nice game throwing the ball as well for the Gray team. He was 16 of 24 with 185 yards, interception and a touchdown.

His wide receivers were equally as good. Philly Brown caught seven passes for 90 yards and Devin Smith caught a 28-yard TD pass.

The defenses sacked the QB seven times on the quick-whistle to avoid injuries.

Leading tacklers in the game include Adam Griffin with 9 and Orhian Johnson with 7 to lead the Gray. Ryan Shazier with 7 led the Scarlet.

Ryan Shazier turned in a stellar defensive effort

 

 

 

Photos by Megasportsnews.com

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