Braxton Miller is the dual-threat phenom quarterback some Ohio State fans wish Terrelle Pryor had been.
That’s not a knock at all on Pryor, who despite being the most polarizing player among Buckeye fans since Maurice Clarett, led his team to three straight Big Ten Championships (until the 2010 title was vacated).
Miller, in just his sophomore season, is more of the big-play quarterback people thought the Buckeyes were getting with Pryor.
Comparing the two as far as who’s better has to be done under a careful microscope because of the offense Miller plays in. We still wonder what Pryor could have done under Urban Meyer’s offense.
Leaving the obvious off-field discrepancies out of the argument, here are five things that Braxton Miller does better than Terrelle Pryor.
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