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Ohio State players respond to Braxton Miller changing positions

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With the Ohio State quarterback competition becoming a two man race between J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones, Ohio State football took to social media to respond to news breaking that their former leader under center would be making the move out to H-back/wide receiver.

No stranger to position changes in his own right, Sam Hubbard let opposing secondaries know what's coming their way:

Ohio State director of player personnel Mark Pantoni welcomed Braxton to his new unit/position group, nicknamed "Zone 6":

The wide receiver responsible for Ohio State catch of the 2014/15 season, Michael Thomas, echoed Hubbard, welcoming Miller to Zone 6:

Of course his new position coach, Buckeyes wide receivers coach Zach Smith, couldn't not get into the act as well:

And though no longer with the Buckeyes, former walk-on turned Ohio Bobcat Ryan Carter set the table for what's to come as well: