Ohio State’s new captain is set for surgery

Ohio StatePrice per head fans following Ohio State and many local bookies did not hear very good news about Braxton Miller, as they found out that the player was not able to participate in a meeting for the team to accept him as Ohio State’s captain. Fans were very concerned when they found out that Miller was in Florida paying a visit to a doctor as he was getting ready for surgery on Tuesday.

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer and local bookies can see that Miller’s position as the team’s captain and his surgery do not mix very well, and the team’s Live betting fans are clearly worried. Pay per head agents learned that any hopes that the quarterback had to feature this season for the Buckeyes are gone, but local bookies found out that the player could have a role for the team on the sidelines.

Pay per head agents learned that the procedure on the player’s torn labrum will be done by Dr. James Andrews – who is very famous for his work – in Florida, who met with Miller on Monday to talk about the injury suffered last week at training camp.

And local bookies can see that the second shoulder injury that Miller sustained in the calendar year will not let the player fulfill his responsibilities as captain personally – at least for the Buckeye’s opening trip on Saturday to Navy, and price per head agents know that the team have to come up with something very soon.

“Braxton Miller was the high vote-getter,” Meyer said. “He’s down getting surgery. He met with the doctor, I got a text this morning that he met with Dr. Andrews today. Surgery is set for tomorrow.

“He’ll be one of the 70 [on the travel roster this season] if he can go. He won’t be able to go this time, but there will be times where we’ll have to make that decision.”

Local bookies know that news of the player’s surgery is not going down very well with the Buckeyes’ Live betting fans, but they’re confident that he’ll recover as soon as possible.