It’s no secret that Ohio State didn’t finish the year with the air attack that they preferred. Some blame can be put on Braxton Miller as a first-year quarterback in a new system, and some blame has to be on the receivers—whether it was not creating enough separation or just running wrong routes. Either way, as a whole, improvement through the air is a must in order for Ohio State to flourish and reach its full potential in 2013. With every wide receiver who earned playing time last season returning, who will lead the Buckeyes in that department this upcoming season? The most popular pick, and rightfully so, would seem to be Corey Brown, who led the team in receiving yards last year with 669. Brown mostly played on the outside because the Buckeyes lacked a true playmaker in the slot position. Most expect him to line up in the slot in 2013 where more touches
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