Jack Miller III reportedly pleads to reduced charges following OWI arrest
During his appearance in court on Nov. 18, Ohio State redshirt freshman quarterback Jack Miller III pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of reckless operation, according to Cleveland.com.
Ohio State quarterback Jack Miller III pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of reckless operation during his Thursday court appearance. https://t.co/3fU2t77sGq
— Nathan Baird (@nwbaird) November 18, 2021
Miller, Ohio State’s third-string quarterback behind starter C.J. Stroud and backup Kyle McCord, was arrested and suspended by the team for OWI earlier this month. When the arrest was made, Miller was reportedly transporting other players home, according to the dashcam footage obtained by Cleveland.com.
Miller has totaled 101 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions this season. True freshman Quinn Ewers has served as the No. 3 quarterback during Miller’s suspension.
No. 5 Ohio State will host No. 7 Michigan State for first place in the East. Ohio State leads the all-time series 34-15 and is on a five-game winning streak vs. Michigan State in the series.
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