Braxton Miller took an enormous leap from his freshman to sophomore season in his first season under Urban Meyer.
He is among the most dangerous dual-threat quarterbacks in college football and the biggest reason why the Ohio State Buckeyes had an undefeated season in 2012.
That said, Miller is still very far from a finished product.
He still has things in his game he can really improve on to take himself to yet another level. Here are three of the biggest weaknesses he still has to overcome.
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