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Ohio State's Braxton Miller Apparently Hoping Blondes Really Do Have More Fun

Photo Credit: Kyle Rowland Twitter
Photo Credit: Kyle Rowland Twitter
Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterApril 3, 2013

Braxton Miller proved he would let a barber do just about anything to his hair as he unveiled the loudest hairdo in sports at the moment. 

Thanks to Ohio State beat writer Kyle Rowland, we have a snapshot of Miller's new hairstyle, which seems to be a cross between the Honey Badger's and a forest fire. 

Sorry, I cannot hear any of your opinions over this new hairdo. In fact, this may be the actual reason they invented football helmets, not safety. 

Because we are months away from the start of the season, Doug Lesmerises of The Plain Dealer decided to really get at the heart of what matters. 

He has a poll to gauge what fans think about the new dye job. As of this writing, there have been only 157 participants, and it is a dead heat between "Don't Like It" (43.31 percent) and "He's my quarterback, he can do whatever he wants with his hair" (38.22 percent). 

Now, we do have to say this is hardly the worst hair in sports. I like to think Joakim Noah has some say in that with his long locks that should have been cut ages ago. 

Then, there is Charlotte 49ers coach Alan Major’s hairline, which starts roughly at his neck, to consider. 

If you really want to debate awful cuts and abhorrent dye jobs, you might want to take a gander at the worst in sports list from Bleacher Report's own Amber Lee

From there, we can go ahead and say Dennis Rodman was a man ahead of his time. 

Now go forth, young quarterback. Please let us know if blondes really do have more fun, because the world demands answers. 

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