Published Saturday, October 20, 2012 AT 2:25 PM / Updated at 3:01 PM
Ohio State injury may change Big Ten race
Lee Barfknecht Omaha World-Herald

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller suffered a head injury in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game against Purdue. Reports indicated an ambulance was called to take Miller, a Heisman Trophy candidate, to the OSU Medical Center.

Buckeye fans attending the game began tweeting “season over” as Miller was taken off the field on a backboard.

Miller has produced about 70 percent of Ohio State’s offense, and was instrumental in OSU’s 63-38 romp over Nebraska.

Ohio State’s remaining games are at Penn State, Illinois, at Wisconsin and Michigan.

About Lee Barfknecht

Lee Barfknecht has won nine national writing awards from four separate organizations, and is a 12-time winner of the Nebraska sportswriter of the year award. He covers Big Ten football and basketball, Nebraska basketball and other college financial issues for The World-Herald. You can email Lee at lee.barfknecht@owh.com