Ohio State's Braxton Miller out again due to injury, according to disputed report

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The Buckeyes will be without their starting quarterback against Florida A&M.

Update: ESPN's report is being disputed.

We'll see.

Ohio State starting quarterback Braxton Miller will miss the Buckeyes' game against Florida A&M, according to ESPN. Miller is still recovering from a sprained knee.

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The Buckeyes' signal caller injured his knee during Ohio State's Week 2 contest against San Diego State. Miller carried the ball early in the game on a fourth-down play when he was hit by three Aztecs defenders, twisting his left knee. He didn't return during the Buckeyes' 42-7 win and sat out last week's 52-34 victory against Cal.

Senior Kenny Guiton came on in relief for Miller against San Diego State and earned the start against the Golden Bears. He's been successful so far, completing 67.2 percent of his passes for 449 yards, seven touchdowns and one interception this season. Guiton is expected to get the start against the Rattlers.

Ohio State and Florida A&M kickoff from Ohio Stadium at noon ET. Big Ten Network has the broadcast.

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