The Buckeyes’ quarterback room got a little thinner Sunday.

Following the regular-season finale for Ohio State, reserve quarterback Jack Miller announced he intends to transfer away from Columbus. Miller tweeted a farewell to the program Sunday afternoon.

“I would like to thank everyone for accepting me since the first day I thought about coming to Ohio State,” Miller wrote. “I have decided to leave Ohio State and look at opportunities available to me to play the game I love.”

The Buckeyes’ quarterback situation is certainly a promising one, but Miller’s path to playing time looked tough.

CJ Stroud, a legitimate Heisman contender and the season-long starter, still has another year to play before he can jump to the NFL. True freshman and former 5-star Kyle McCord won the backup job over Miller this season. And Quinn Ewers, a 5-star and the No. 1 overall player in the Class of 2022 reclassified to 2021 and enrolled in August.

Suspended for part of the 2021 season, Miller appeared in just 4 games. He attempted a total of 14 passes while with the program, completing 7 of them for 101 yards. Miller was a 4-star recruit in the Class of 2020 and rated as the 13th-best pro-style quarterback, according to the 247Sports Composite.

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