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Ohio State Spring Game 2014: Live Score, Top Performers and Analysis

USA Today
Alex SimsCorrespondent IIIApril 12, 2014

FINAL: Gray 17, Scarlet 7.

Ohio State's spring game wasn't a incredible display of football, as quarterback Braxton Miller watched from the sideline and behind the play while recovering from injury.

Still, Buckeye fans were able to take plenty away from the Scarlet-Gray showdown in Columbus. 

Several newcomers shined, including 5-star linebacker Raekwon McMillan. Elsewhere on the defense, former 5-star redshirt freshman Eli Apple looked fantastic at cornerback, a major position of need for the Buckeyes.

Offensively, while the backup quarterback situation is still a bit of a concern, Ohio State showed that it will have plenty of speed across the board. Curtis Samuel, Ezekiel Elliott and several others displayed the ability that will once again have OSU as one of the top offenses in the Big Ten.

Thanks to all those who followed along today. Scroll down for full updates and analysis from the game, and keep the conversation going below in the comment section.

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