COLUMBUS, Ohio — The book is closed on Urban Meyer’s second spring camp with Ohio State, and the final pages weren’t short on entertainment. The Buckeyes hit the road for their annual exhibition on Saturday, heading down to Cincinnati for a 31-14 game won by the Scarlet that featured some familiar sights for the reigning Big Ten Leaders Division champs — and a few developments that should be encouraging for Meyer heading into the summer. 1. Braxton Miller is still developing The coaching staff has openly wondered what it might have been able to do with an extra year molding Miller before he was thrust into action as a true freshman, and the way the junior continues to show improvement offered another reminder why that would have been so valuable.
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