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October 22, 2012
Follow Noon | Givler | Axelrod | Birmingham
COLUMBUS, Ohio - All of the Buckeye Nation has been waiting for Ohio State to release a status update on injured quarterback Braxton Miller and on Monday the head coach announced that all tests came back negative (which is positive for Ohio State) and that he is expected to practice on Tuesday.
The Buckeyes certainly would love to have their most talented offensive player going into State College (Pa.) for the game against Penn State and it could be a game time decision on the status of Miller but for now the Buckeyes want to take a wait-and-see approach and see how he responds to a week of practice.
Of course there is more than just the health of Miller that surrounds this team, a team that is now 8-0 and playing what could be the biggest 'Leaders Division' game of the season with Penn State, another team who is unbeaten in conference play.
On Monday, like every Monday, we caught up with Meyer for his weekly remarks and have it here in this free video.