Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said quarterback Braxton Miller, who sprained his left knee on Saturday, is “day to day” heading into this week’s game at Cal.
Meyer said during his Monday press conference that he’d just met with Miller and the team trainer and reported that the junior quarterback still was feeling a little stiff.
He called Miller a “fearless player,” and said he has no durability concerns about him.
Meyer said Miller already has told him he wants to play at Cal and the coach expects to have a more definitive answer by Tuesday.
Here’s an assessment of Ohio State’s trip to Cal by a couple of Buckeyes beat writers from the Columbus Dispatch.