Cleveland (WOIO) - Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller is expected to practice on Tuesday according to Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer.
Miller, who was violently thrown to the turf on Saturday against Purdue in the third quarter, only has a sore neck. He was carted off the field then taken to a Columbus-area hospital for evaluation.
Meyer said on Monday that the quarterback's injury was similar to whiplash and that the quarterback was rattled on Saturday but was fine afterward.
Kenny Guiton came in off the bench to lead the Buckeyes to an 29-22 overtime win.