Braxton Miller’s breakout sophomore season as the starting quarterback at Ohio State may put him o track to being the best quarterback in school history.
OSU has had its fair share of talented quarterbacks from Rex Kern to Art Schlichter, and Bobby Hoying to the Buckeyes’ last Heisman Trophy winner, Troy Smith. Terrelle Pryor was pretty decent in his three seasons at Ohio State, but Miller is the quarterback some fans wish Pryor could have been.
In his first year running Urban Meyer’s offense, Miller became the first quarterback in school history to rush for over 1,000 yards; he put up over 3,000 yards of total offense and scored 28 touchdowns—15 passing and 13 rushing.
The scary thing about Miller is that his ceiling is almost limitless.
Meyer said he’s still not satisfied (h/t Austin Ward of ESPN) with his starting quarterback and feels he will be even better next season.
He struggled as the season wore on when defenses started to key in on him and take away his running….
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