On the heels of 15 spring practices that concluded with a 31-14 Scarlet team victory over the Gray team in Ohio State’s annual spring game, there are a number of developments and storylines for us to look back on as we enter the longest stretch of the offseason.
With nine starters returning on offense and a number of playmakers back on defense, the Buckeyes will most certainly enter the 2013 season as a Top Five team.
That doesn’t mean head coach Urban Meyer took it easy on his team this spring. Ohio State needs to replace seven starters on defense, and Meyer wants his already explosive offense to be even better in 2013.
Meyer pushed the Buckeyes to be better this spring, and the team we saw playing under a clear sky in Paul Brown Stadium last Saturday reflected that.
Here are five things we learned about Ohio State this spring.
1. Braxton Miller Really Did Improve as a Passer
We read all about Miller’s offseason work with quarterback guru George Whitfield Jr., but seeing his…
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