Ohio State’s Harry Miller announces medical retirement, discusses mental health

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Ohio State offensive lineman Harry Miller announced Thursday that he is medically retiring from football, citing the challenges he’s faced in the last year in regards to his mental health.

Miller, a redshirt junior who was set to miss all of spring practice after playing two games in 2021 due to injury, opened up about his journey toward improving his quality of life in a two-page letter shared via Twitter.


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