Braxton Miller is a very good quarterback.
In his first year running Urban Meyer’s spread offense, Miller set a single-season school record with 3,310 yards of total offense. The sophomore quarterback led the team in rushing with 1,271 yards and racked up 28 total touchdowns on his way to winning the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year award.
As far as Urban Meyer is concerned, though, Miller has quite a bit of work to do this offseason.
“His accuracy and passing has a long way to go,” Meyer said after Ohio State’s season-capping victory over Michigan.
Despite his spectacular play this year, it’s not just his passing that needs improvement. Here’s five things Braxton must work on before the start of the 2013 season.
Miller has a number of strengths in the passing game, but touch is not one of them.
With a lot of Miller’s short to intermediate throws, it appeared as through he was throwing the ball as hard as he could. Putting zip on a pass in necessary when…
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