COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The projected starter was already on the sideline in street clothes.
By halftime, the next guy in line was in sweatpants.
Maybe quarterback Braxton Miller is meant to be the leading rusher for Ohio State, but with its options at running back dwindling Saturday against Central Florida, there wasn't much choice but to put even more work on the sophomore's shoulders. And 27 carries, 141 yards and three touchdown runs later, the Buckeyes had a 31-16 win to their credit ...
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