Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller was injured Saturday during the teams matchup against Michigan State. Miller was approaching 300 total yards of offense, including nearly 100 on the ground.
The injury occurred when the quarterback was running for a first down and was hit by a Michigan State defender. Miller went down for a few minutes and returned holding his left knee. He also injured his left hip.
A quick ACL test was completed and the Buckeye training staff determined that Miller could return to the game.
The #14 rank Buckeyes were leading 17-13 at the time of the injury.