After going a perfect 12-0 last season, Ohio State is ready to do more damage in 2013-14 with its bowl ban officially lifted.
The Buckeyes—who closed last season off with a 26-21 victory over rival Michigan—have lost some key players (including defensive linemen Johnathan Hankins and John Simon), but they still have dual-threat sensation Braxton Miller, as well as some talented players on the defensive line and in the receiving corps.
Here’s a look at some of the most positive signs from Ohio State’s spring game on April 13.
Braxton Miller’s Development as a Passer
We all know what dual-threat Braxton Miller can do rushing the pigskin. He scampered for over 1,200 yards and 13 touchdowns last season.
But if he can developing his passing skills, he could be nearly unstoppable next season. He averaged a respectable 8.0 yards per pass attempt in 2012—while tossing 15 touchdowns to six interceptions—but he could improve his accuracy.
Well, Miller went…
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