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Ohio State's Braxton Miller "Broke Down" and Got "Very Emotional" In The Locker Room Following Victory

Welcome back, Braxton Miller. 

The Ohio State star made his return to college football Monday night after a season-long absence. Miller, a two-time Big Ten MVP, missed the Buckeyes' entire 2014 national championship season - which was supposed to be his senior campaign - with a shoulder injury. 

It's been a long road back for the 6-foot-2, 216-pound athlete, who's had to go through surgery, a lengthy rehab process and a position change. 

He's very glad to be back. Miller, now playing wide receiver, had an incredible debut at the position in Ohio State's 42-24 victory at Virginia Tech. 

Miller did this: 

And this:

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And, somehow, this:

At the end of the night, Miller was responsible for 78 receiving yards and a touchdown, and 62 rushing yards and a touchdown. It was a good night. 

Following the game, Miller reportedly "broke down" and got "very emotional" in the Buckeyes' locker room. 

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It's great to have you back, Braxton.