Miller accounts for three TDs in the win
Players on the receiving (and blocking) end of things met with the media after practice
The scholars were all part of Ohio State's unbeaten, 12-0 2012 season
Outstanding student-athletes will be honored at 46th annual Scholar-Athlete Dinner
Earliest start, perhaps, in school history comes after a 103-day break in practices
Ohio State Overview: Michael Thomas red-shirted the 2013 season after earning his first Varsity O letter in 2012 with considerable playing time on offense ... he is a third-year sophomore for the Buckeyes ... he played in 11 games for the undefeated Buckeyes in 2012, and totaled 196 offensive plays ... he had three receptions for 22 yards ... his catches came against UAB (6 yards), Michigan State (10) and Michigan (5) ... Thomas has been named an OSU Scholar-Athlete twice and is majoring in sport industry.
More on Michael: Thomas produced a highlight reel of a 2010 senior season at Woodland Hills Taft H.S., located in the San Fernando Valley ... he caught 86 passes for a state-leading 1,656 yards and 21 touchdowns and was called the most improved football player "by a landslide" in Southern California in November 2010 by the Los Angeles Times ... named first-team all-city as a senior, and the No. 98 receiver nationally by Scout.com ... played in the 2011 Under Armour All-American game ... coached at Taft by Matt Kerstetter ... attended Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy in the Fall of 2011 (and roomed with current Buckeye Cardale Jones) ... he caught 23 passes for 497 yards and seven touchdowns at FUMA ... rated by Rivals.com as the No. 4 prep school player in the country in 2011 ... Thomas is the son of Michael Thomas, Sr., and he is a nephew to former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson.