Created on Friday, 01 November 2013 Written by MATT HAMMOND
Although he has put up impressive numbers from the start, Braxton Miller has been a work in progress as a quarterback for Ohio State.
His raw ability was evident from the time he took over as a true freshman two years ago, but Miller has struggled at times trying to become a complete QB. His mechanics and decision making needed a lot of work early on.
He progressed to the point where he was named the Big Ten offensive player of the year as a sophomore last season. Still, he still was inconsistent in the passing game.
It seems like all Miller needed to turn the corner was a little push from his backup Kenny Guiton.
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