Believe me, I know exactly what you’re thinking, and I completely agree with you. Just hear me out from start to finish, and I think in the end we should see eye to eye.
Braxton Miller had a phenomenal freshman season for multiple reasons. Miller was a complete stud on the stat sheet, throwing for 1,159 yards and 13 touchdowns and running for 715 yards and seven touchdowns. As a young and bewildered freshman, Miller continued to move the ball down the field and put points on the board against all odds. He was one of the only bright spots of the 2011 season.
Aside from the numbers, Miller really emerged as a playmaker and a true competitor in his first season as the field general in Columbus. The young quarterback never backed down from the big moment, raising the level of his play in the fourth quarter and when the going got tough.
There were numerous times when Miller would pull his team from the fire or put the finishing touches on a game and play beyond his years. Even in losing…
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