I don't think Miller leaves (because I think he wants a legit shot at the Heisman).
Even with the MSU win, I was disappointed as a B1G fan yesterday. Nebraska beat a team missing their star QB, which will be an excuse in every conversation with a SEC fan. The big loser was Wisconsin, who should have beaten South Carolina. The Badgers ran all over SC's defense and allowed every momentum changing play (minus the kickoff TD return) to go SC's way. If Wisky had seized opportunities earlier in the game, Stave would not have risked going for the extra yard to get hit (I think it could have been a targeting call) and knocked out (which would have saved every person watching the game from witnessing Wisky's backup QB who makes Kyle Orton look like John Elway). Yesterday was a golden opportunity for the B1G to go 3-0 vs. the SEC and they just didn't get it done. Even Iowa had a legit shot to beat LSU (and should have if they had not had a few mental errors). But, an OSU win on a Friday night national platform will go a long way for the league's image. In the eyes of many outside the B1G, the Buckeyes ARE the B1G and a capstone victory over Clemson will be good for the league moving into 2014.
New Orleans sucks. One of the worst and dirtiest 'big' cities in America unless you strictly want to get hammered on Bourbon Street. Even in my partying days, I had much better times in Chicago, Dallas, Boston, and Miami.