The Ohio State football program received what might be the worst piece of news any college football team could receive during fall camp on Tuesday: Starting quarterback Braxton Miller injured his throwing shoulder in practice and will miss the 2014 season.
Bad news for the Buckeyes. Miller was considered a preseason favorite to be Heisman Trophy finalist entering the year.
It’s a fate Oklahoma State coaches were happy to avoid, as offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich mentioned after Saturday’s scrimmage.
“I think that’s a compliment to our strength and conditioning program,” Yurcich said. “They’ve done a heck of a job preparing our guys … Coach (Mike) Gundy does a really good job of explaining how to practice smart. That really helps you stay healthy as well.”
FORBES REPORT: FSU TICKETS LESS EXPENSIVE ON SECONDARY MARKET
Florida State enters this season as the top-ranked team in the nation. But that doesn’t mean its football ticket prices rank as high.
According to Forbes.com and data collected by TiqIQ, the average cost of a FSU football ticket this season on the secondary market averages $105.95.
The figure doesn’t put the Seminoles within the top-25 highest college football ticket prices nationally, the report states, and is the cheapest for a preseason No. 1 since the study began in 2011.
RANDLE WILL TALK
Joseph Randle was never hungry to be in the media spotlight.
At Oklahoma State, he was the interview who always had concise answers. Mostly deflected questions about himself. Always spoke highly of teammates and coaches.
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