Meyer Believes Miller Will Be 'OK'

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer provided an update on Braxton Miller.

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer has often been reluctant to discuss off the field incidents during his time in Columbus, and Tuesday was no exception.

When asked about the eligibility status of senior quarterback Braxton Miller, whose distribution of AdvoCare products recently came into question, Meyer shied away from providing a specific update other than to say he doesn't expect any serious consequences.

"I shouldn't comment on things I don't know about," Meyer said. " I don't know, other than they tell me they think it's going to be fine. Whenever people ask me if it's all good and done, I don't know. If you ask me about third down and 6, I can tell you.

"That's our whole compliance department. It's been told to me that everything looks to be OK."

Miller removed the initial Instagram post that showed him sitting next to a table loaded up with Advocare products. NCAA athletes are allowed to serve as Advocare distributors but cannot profit off their likeness while in school. Miller's name has since been removed from his Advocare page.


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