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Michigan coach Brady Hoke: 'I feel terrible for Braxton Miller'

Michigan coach Brady Hoke: 'I feel terrible for Braxton Miller' Photo: Joel Auerbach/Getty Images

Michigan coach Brady Hoke said he was disappointed to hear Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller will miss the season, 1130 WDFN The Fan reports.

Miller will miss the entire season with a torn labrum. He was listed as a 7-1 candidate to win Heisman Trophy, and his Buckeyes were the favorites to win the Big Ten at 10-11.

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"I feel terrible for Braxton Miller and his family. He's been a class act any time I've been around him," Hoke said.

Redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett is expected to replace Miller at quarterback for Ohio State as they move to an up-tempo offense.

Ohio State opens its season on Aug. 30 against Navy. The Buckeyes and Wolverines play on Nov. 29 in Columbus.

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- Paul Palladino

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