The entire Buckeye nation is about to take a collective sigh of relief.
According to Eleven Warriors, Braxton Miller told Ohio State athletic director he's not going anywhere. Gene Smith is sure the quarterback is staying.
"If you pay attention to him, he's not going anywhere," Smith said. "He loves it here first and foremost. He has a child. He's from here. He's in a good position.
Smith says the school is going to take care of him in regards to his injuries and things of that nature, and Miller's ties to the school are too strong to break. The rumors are just rumors.
"My conversation with him was well before spring ball," Smith said. "He's working out in the weight room and we got into a conversation and I just asked him, I said, 'You good? All these rumors out there, you good? You need some help if you want to transfer?' He said, 'Mr. Smith, I'm not going anywhere. I love it here.'"
There you have it. Another rumor hopefully put to rest and Meyer will have his pick of quarterbacks this fall.