Even though Ohio State finished the season with an undefeated record, the Buckeyes have room for improvement looking ahead to 2013. The sign of a good team is finding ways to get better regardless of what happened the previous season.
It all starts at the top with quarterback Braxton Miller. The team’s most explosive player made strides during his sophomore season, racking up over 3,300 total yards of offense and 28 touchdowns.
Miller still has to improve as a pure passer in order for the Buckeyes’ offense to reach maximum efficiency, though. Fans are sometimes blinded by his terrific athleticism and dual-threat ability, and lose sight on how much better he could become.
He completed just 58 percent of his passes. By comparison, Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel connected on 68 percent of his throws. While the systems are different, it all comes down to identifying the best route against the coverage.
It’s those finer points that Miller must try to master during the offseason. If…
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