After missing the last two weeks with a knee injury Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller has been cleared to play this Saturday as the Buckeyes host the Wisconsin Badgers in Columbus. The matchup with the 23rd ranked Badgers will be the Buckeyes first game against a ranked opponent this season, and will also kickoff Big Ten Conference play for the 2013 campaign.
Miller is the reigning Big Ten Player of the Year, while senior quarterback Kenny Guiton has filled in admirably, passing for a school record 12 touchdowns in three weeks; earning him the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose National Player of the week award.
According to head coach Urban Meyer, Braxton Miller will start if he has a good week of practice. Meyer also says that Miller is at about 90 percent, and should be at 100 by the end of the week. Miller is 13-0 as a starter going back to last season.