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Can Braxton Miller be the best player in college football? After a dazzling season last year, Braxton Miller (2,039 passing yards, 15 TDs; 227 attempts, 1524 rushing yards, 13 TDs in 2012) can be described as having tremendous upside at the QB position, once his game is taken to the next level, hopefully this upcoming season. In the right environment under Urban Meyer, I feel that the Buckeyes have the ability to contend for a National Championship in 2013; with Miller as the go to leader and devastating dual threat. Will 2013 be that type of year for Miller? After completing 16/25 passes for 217 yards and two touchdowns during the spring game Urban Meyer looks to be trying to get early work in the passing game; and he should be as the Buckeyes were not a pass happy team in 2012. As Meyer begins his second year as head coach, look for Miller to settle down and make valiant strides, as a full season under his belt in a new offensive system is about to pay off in potentially bi...
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It might be a stretch to say there's a new Braxton Miller in town, but teammates and coaches noticed the Ohio State quarterback took on a more vocal role this spring. That's good news for a team that hopes to take the next step in 2013.
The people entrusted with coaching Ohio State's offense are sleeping better this year.
A year ago, they were tormented every night by what a debacle they might have on their hands.
Instead, the Buckeyes got better, got a few breaks and got a lot of help from an inspired defense to put up a surprising 12-0 season.
Now, with just two starters missing from the offensive side...
Whenever coach Urban Meyer discusses his leaders from last year's surprising 12-0 season, he invariably points to members of the defense.
Linemen John Simon, Nathan Williams, Garrett Goebel and Johnathan Hankins, linebackers Zach Boren and Etienne Sabino and cornerback Travis Howard did much of the work to transform a 6-7 team into only the sixth unbeaten and untied squad in...
The Big Ten is heavy at the top when it comes to quarterbacks this season, as Ohio State’s Braxton Miller, Nebraska’s Taylor Martinez and Michigan’...
Facebook and Twitter have become the biggest tools for recruits and recruiters to win the game on the recruiting trail and now more than ever the kids who have committed have become the best instruments of recruiting out there. What better way to get that done than to have the kids talking to each other via social media, right?
It appears that Ohio State's 2014 class...
Be careful, if you are one of the estimated 1,100 student-athletes and employees at Ohio State, because you are being watched by big brother and big sister. No, we aren't talking about physical spying or cameras everywhere (although the latter is likely at all athletic facilities to begin with), rather we are talking about OSU hiring an outside firm to monitor all players...
After losing Etienne Sabino, the Ohio State football team was in dire need of identifying a playmaking linebacker this spring. Curtis Grant, who lost his starting spot three games into last season, could finally be emerging as the player most figured he'd be coming out of high school as a five-star prospect. Will he hold onto this spot this time? He thinks so.
Before Ohio State's Spring Game, the players gathered on the field to participate in their "Circle Drill."
Urban Meyer admitted he is looking for offensive linemen in the 2014 recruiting class, and Ohio State has several top JUCO's on the radar. Chad Mavety was visited by the Buckeyes this week.
Spring football might be over at Ohio State, but OSU assistants met with the media Wednesday afternoon at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center to discuss the state of the football Buckeyes. Check out our thread on the Ask the Insiders message board for the latest news.
Scottsdale Desert Mountain wide receiver Mark Andrews has started off his tour of the Midwest with a visit to Ohio State. He also has trips to Michigan and Notre Dame on tap.