Braxton Miller: A nightclub in Huber Heights, Ohio, was throwing a high school graduation party this weekend for Ohio State QB Braxton Miller, but he can’t attend because it would be an NCAA violation. According to the Dayton Daily News, because Braxton’s name was on an advertisement (it was promoted on the Facebook page of Tre Moore, his high school teammate) for the party and the nightclub was going to charge $10 for guys and $7 for women, it “would be in violation of NCAA rules if they knowingly allowed a business to use their names for profit.” Braxton enrolled early at Ohio State and may start the season opener for the Buckeyes with starter Terrelle Pryor suspended. [Daily News]
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