Braxton Miller is out for the season, but football will continue to go on in Columbus.
The Ohio State program, which learned Tuesday evening that its starting senior quarterback would miss the upcoming campaign, practiced this morning.
Buckeye fans should be optimistic. Apparently Ohio State’s first session following the Miller injury news was the best practice Urban Meyer’s had while coaching the Columbus program.
Urban Meyer said today’s practice may have been best since he came to Ohio State. “Very good day.”
— Dave Briggs (@DBriggsBlade) August 20, 2014
If it’s actually true, that’s good news for Ohio State, which could have easily had a depressed demeanor following Miller’s devastating injury.
Ohio State opens its 2014 season Aug. 30 against Navy in Baltimore. Redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett will likely be starting at quarterback for the Buckeyes.