Ohio State football: QB Braxton Miller takes a knee during national anthem

Ohio State quarterback Braxton Moore took a knee before the national anthem before Saturday’s game against Rutgers, as he has throughout his career.

It was the second time in the last three years that Moore has taken a knee.

The Buckeyes have played in the first four games of the season without Moore.

The team’s anthem was performed in unison by members of the Ohio State band, before Moore took the field.

Moore said that he had not spoken with anyone from the university about the decision.

Moore, a senior who has started all 16 games in his career, said in a tweet that he was “proud” of his teammates for standing.

“We’ve had a great time playing our heart out and doing the things that we’re supposed to do.

We have a lot of pride in what we’re doing,” Moore said.

“As an athlete, we want to be on the field doing what we do.”

Moore also had some thoughts on President Donald Trump’s response to the national controversy, tweeting: “I don’t understand why Trump and his team are upset.

What happened to the respect for our country that we all have?”

Moore, who was one of the players on the team who knelt before the anthem in the preseason, said that the team was not upset about Trump.

“I didn’t know what he was saying,” Moore told ESPN.

“It was just a little bit different.

“This is the first time I’ve ever seen this. “

It’s not the first national anthem we’ve ever done,” Moore added. “

This is the first time I’ve ever seen this.

It’s not the first national anthem we’ve ever done,” Moore added.

“The first time it happened, it was like, you know what, maybe it’s not that big of a deal.”