Quarterback Braxton Miller showed improvements passing the football that could mean big things for the Ohio State Buckeyes. Now that the Buckeyes have completed their postseason ban, Miller and his team will look to build on the 12-0 season that first-year head coach Urban Meyer lead them to last season.
For the Buckeyes to have success next season, they will need Miller to deliver on those improvements when the season starts.
Miller made strides in his game last season, but still left plenty to be desired at the quarterback position. While he proved to be a double-threat, he too often got lost or overwhelmed in the pocket and made bad decisions as a result. Miller threw six interceptions compared to 15 passing touchdowns.
Too often, those sacks and interceptions kept opponents in the game. In games where Miller threw an interception, the Buckeyes won by an average of 9.2 points. When he was interception-free, the Buckeyes won by an average of 19.5 points per game.
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