Any questions about whether or not Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller was ready to return to the field Saturday night against Wisconsin were answered quickly and affirmatively.
After stopping the Badgers on their first drive of the game, Ohio State got the ball back off the punt and it was time for Miller to make his return to the football field for the first time since suffering a knee injury a few weeks ago.
Miller quickly reminded everyone why he was considered a Heisman favorite before this season started.
The OSU quarterback fired a 25-yard, beautifully thrown TD strike to Evan Spencer in the back of the end zone, capping off a four-play, 55 yard drive. He seemed to have no issues whatsoever with the knee and rolled out in perfect form on the pass. He has yet to take any big hits, though.
It’ll be interesting to see now, if Miller keeps up this type of play, whether we’ll see phenomenal backup Kenny Guiton at some point. Urban Meyer said that we most likely will, however I’d be curious to see if he’d want to break up any kind of rhythm Miller is in.