Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller had a huge 2012, but Buckeyes fans can expect the dual-threat quarterback to have an even better year in 2013.
As crazy as that might sound.
Miller picked up the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year award last season with some phenomenal numbers in his sophomore campaign. The Buckeyes were able to record a perfect 12-0 season behind his incredible performances.
The Ohio State signal-caller finished with 2,039 passing yards and 1,271 rushing yards for the season—accounting for 28 touchdowns either through the air or on the ground.
Moreover, Miller threw just six interceptions for the year and suffered just 28 sacks.
With key components of his offensive line returning as seniors this season for Ohio State, achieving those numbers again isn’t at all out of the equation in 2013.
Miller has a genuine shot to win the Heisman Trophy this year. Those who think that Johnny Manziel has a lock on the award already need to sit back and have a look at…
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