Although spring games are usually more about a team’s depth than it is about their stars, Braxton Miller was impressive in Ohio State’s matchup between Scarlet and Gray.
Last season, Miller was absolutely incredible for the Buckeyes. The quarterback led his squad to a 12-0 record behind his impressive dual-threat abilities.
As a sophomore, he finished third in the nation among quarterbacks with 1,271 rushing yards while also adding 13 touchdowns. Just imagine what he could have accomplished if his team was able to play in the Big Ten Championship Game and a bowl game.
Miller struggled at times as a passer, though. He finished with only 2,039 yards through the air, and his efficiency rating of 140.5 ranked 44th in the country. His completion percentage of 58.3 percent was also relatively weak.
The good news is that it seems Miller has been working on his throws during the offseason. In the spring game, he appeared to be a much better passer.
In the first half, the quarterback…
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