To get this out of the way, as a fan, I’m pretty optimistic for this season coming up for Ohio State. But most importantly, I’m most excited for Ohio State’s sophomore Quarterback Braxton Miller.
One can’t help but think of the things new head coach Urban Meyer did with Tim Tebow and not ponder how Miller could be a possible replica in Meyer’s spread offense.
Not that Braxton Miller will put up 30 passing, 20 rushing touchdown numbers, but with his size (6’3″, 210 lbs.), throwing and running skill, expectations are high.
Because Luke Fickell was cut from the same cloth as Jim Tressel, Braxton Miller’s freshman season was similarly played out the way Terrelle Pryor’s was during his freshman year in 2008.
Both were restricted in fully expressing their potential, although Jim Tressel allowed Pryor to improvise on many occasions, as Fickell did for Miller last season.
With the Tressel era completely over, Urban Meyer may…
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