Braxton Miller, Ohio State's senior quarterback and a Heisman Trophy candidate, has re-injured his right shoulder and may miss the 2014 season, according to The Columbus Dispatch.

Miller had surgery on the shoulder in February after injuring it on the first drive of Ohio State's Orange Bowl loss to Clemson. He has complained of soreness during preseason camp.

PredictionMachine.com has run a simulation analysis for USA TODAY Sports that shows the potential impact of a Miller injury on the Buckeyes' fortunes.