Ohio State QB Braxton Miller pokes fun at Michigan's spring game attendance

Monday April 14th, 2014

Braxton Miller (left) (David Dermer/Getty Images) Braxton Miller accounted for five touchdowns in a win over Michigan last season. (David Dermer/Getty Images)

Michigan football averaged 111,592 fans in its seven home games last season, according to the team's official site, but its spring game on April 5 only drew about 15,000.

Ohio State drew 61,058 to its spring game this past Saturday, and Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller took to Twitter on Sunday to point out the disparity between the rivals.

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Miller didn't play in Ohio State's game. He has sat out this spring after undergoing minor surgery on his throwing shoulder.

A rising senior, Miller is the two-time reigning Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year. He has 52 career touchdown passes and 17 interceptions, and has also run for 32 scores.

Miller lost to Michigan as a freshman but has beaten them the last two seasons. Ohio State has won nine of the last 10 games against the Wolverines. SI WIRE: Texas QB David Ash out until fall with fractured foot

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