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Who Will Stay, Who Will Go
By Rob Ogden

Draft-eligible underclassmen have 11 days to declare for the 2014 NFL draft, but quarterback Braxton Miller said he has no timetable for making his decision.

"I'm not sure when I'll make my decision," Miller said Friday night following Ohio State's 40-35 loss to Clemson in the Orange Bowl.

Asked if he was leaning one way or the other, Miller said he wasn't.

Miller completed 16-of-24 passing attempts for 234 yards against the Tigers, but his last throw is the one that will be remembered.

With Ohio State down five with little more than a minute remaining, Miller's pass intended for Corey Brown was intercepted by Clemson's Stephone Anthony.

It sealed the Tigers' win, but will it also seal Miller's career?

The quarterback said last month that he felt he was ready for the next level.

Wednesday, Miller said he could make his decision in a few days or a week after the game.

Junior linebacker Ryan Shazier, projected by some as a potential first-round pick, said Friday night that he will make his decision in the coming days.

"I'm gonna talk to my parents in the next few days, and then I'll make my decision," he said.

Shazier said this week that he was given a second-round grade by the NFL's advisory committee.

Last month, Shazier said he was leaning towards returning to Ohio State for his senior season. Following Friday night's loss, he said he wasn't leaning either direction.

Shazier finished the season with a team and conference-leading 143 tackles.

Redshirt junior cornerback Bradley Roby is headed for the NFL, he's already made much that much clear.

Roby didn't play in the Orange Bowl because he is still rehabbing from a back injury he suffered last month.

As of last night, his exit wasn't on great terms.

"The fact that people tweeting at me sayin all this negativity is crazy to me," Roby wrote via his Twitter account following Friday's game. "It makes me ashamed to even have played for y'all."

Roby soon followed up that tweet with this one:

"To the true fans I truly appreciate it the support you have given me and this team over the years," he wrote.

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