Works for me.
Complain about the Ohio State offensive coaching staff all you want but somebody must have done their homework this week. Either through intensive film study or just dumb luck, they realized that the Illni were all but powerless against the likes of Boom Herron and Jordan Hall. Herron carried the ball 23 times for a total 114 yards while Hall and quarterback Braxton Miller added another 12 carries each for 56 and 34 yards respectively.
Draw back, hand the ball to Herron, repeat.
In all, Miller completed one of only four passes but he made it count connecting with Jake Stoneburner in the end zone. After gong 5/8 against Nebraska and running 91 yards on the ground, the lack of Miller highlights leads to one of two conclusions:
1) Herron’s success on the ground meant that Miller really didn’t need to do much other than hand the ball to him as he ran past.
2) Miller’s ankle is not good.
Unfortunately, the lack of passing leads me to think that Miller is havi...