Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller must ignore his own hype and work harder than ever before in 2013 if the Buckeyes are to have any chance of winning the BCS championship this upcoming season.
The team would have been in the BCS title game last year if not for the sanctions against the program, and the pressure is on to equal those accomplishments this fall.
Expectations couldn’t be higher, and the only way this young team will meet them is if Urban Meyer can somehow get his young quarterback to focus on improving each and every day instead of getting caught up in what’s being said on television and what’s being said about him on the radio.
Miller has already been thrust into the national spotlight after his recent Sports Illustrated cover, and we haven’t even hit the month of March. The talent is certainly present on the roster for Ohio State to make a legitimate run at the title, but it won’t do so without a fully focused and humble leader.
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