Tuesday March 31st, 2015

Ohio State expects to receive only a secondary violation after Braxton Miller posted a photo that showed him with a series of nutritional products, Ari Wasserman of The Plain Dealer in Cleveland reports.

While he quickly deleted it, Miller posted a photo of him with a variety of AdvoCare supplements that appeared to be an endorsement of the brand. Last week, it was reported that the NCAA was investigating the incident as a potential endorsement violation.

According to Wasserman, the Buckeyes expect their quarterback to receive a letter of education from the NCAA, but that he will not lose any eligibility.

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Head coach Urban Meyer was optimistic on Tuesday that the situation would be resolved shortly.

"I shouldn’t comment on things I don’t know about," Meyer said. "I don’t know, other than they are telling me they think it's good. I think it’s going to be OK. People are asking me - 'It's all good, it's done?' I don't know."

Below is a screenshot of the post that was taken by Bleacher Report.

Braxton Miller Instagram

Miller is a two-time Big Ten Player of the Year, but he missed all of last season after re-injuring his throwing shoulder before the season.

He is in a three-way competition with Cardale Jones and J.T. Barrett to be the starting quarterback for the Buckeyes next season.

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