While Urban Meyer likes what he's seen so far from Braxton Miller, the first-year Ohio State coach wants his quarterback to concentrate more on the passing game.
For Miller to do that, the rest of the Buckeyes must cut down on sloppy play.
Miller and 12th-ranked Ohio State meet California for the first time in 40 years on Saturday in Columbus.
Following last Saturday's 31-16 win over Central Florida, the Buckeyes will now look to open 3-0 for the second time in three years.
The key to making that happen might be Miller, who has proved to be more dangerous when running the ball, ranking fourth in the nation in rushing with 302 yards on 44 carries with four touchdowns. The sophomore has completed 66.7 percent (32 of 48) of his passes for 399 yards with three TDs and an interception.
Miller ran for 141 yards on 27 carries a school record for quarterbacks against Central Florida to help Ohio State overcome 10 penalties and two lost fumbles. Meyer now wants to see the ot...