Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller, who twice left Saturday’s 17-16 win over Michigan State for medical attention, said he’ll be full strength this week for Nebraska.
Miller wrenched his knee on a fourth-quarter run, losing a fumble on the play. OSU coach Urban Meyer, who saw the injury, said he was worried. But Miller came back the next time Ohio State had the ball and finished the game.
“It was aching at the time,” Miller said. “But I’m going to get it secure. It’s no big deal.”
Miller missed the final three plays of Ohio State’s first-quarter touchdown drive after being slammed into an equipment cart on the OSU sideline. Michigan State drew a penalty for a late hit on the play.