At 11-0, the Ohio State Buckeyes would normally be heading toward the national title game and Braxton Miller would be on his way to a Heisman Trophy, but not this season.
Ohio State’s bowl ban will cost the team an opportunity to play in the Big Ten championship game and compete for a national title. But even with the sanctions, Braxton Miller can still win a Heisman.
And he should be a finalist, even if his team can’t be.
Miller has been Ohio State’s most electrifying force, and he is the best reason Ohio State sits at 11-0 in Urban Meyer’s first season in Columbus.
Miller has already passed for 1,753 yards, 14 touchdowns and only six interceptions. But his most impressive attribute has been his feet. Miller has run Meyer’s spread attack to perfection, slicing apart defenses with his shifty run style and gracefully long strides. He’s rushed for 1,166 yards and 13 touchdowns thus far, averaging 6.3 yards a carry.
Often times he’s Ohio State’s only form of offense, and…
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