Braxton Miller is not the best dual-threat quarterback in college football history. Not yet, anyway.
The rising junior signal-caller of Ohio State put together a monster season in 2012, rushing for 1,271 yards and passing for 2,039 more while accumulating 28 touchdowns. Not too shabby for a guy in his first year with a new head coach and a new offense.
More than just the numbers, though, Miller proved himself to be the lifeblood of that Buckeye offense, continually rushing for key first downs or breaking off ridiculous moves to get himself into the end zone.
The sky is the limit for Miller, who spent some time in the offseason with a private quarterback coach in California who came away raving about Miller’s arm talent (Buckeye Extra via The Columbus DIspatch). But what Miller reportedly told that coach—that he left too many plays on the field in 2012—is absolutely right, and before he can consider himself a serious Heisman contender (he was fifth last year, but the…
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