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Miller Improved In 2011, Ready For '12

Miller Improved In 2011, Ready For '12

There's no doubt it was an up-and-down season for the Ohio State football team, and much of that inconsistency was summed up by the play of true freshman quarterback Braxton Miller. However, the signal caller's improvement as the year went on showed he was picking up the game and should lead to an even better 2012.

If the 2011 season was about getting better for Braxton Miller, then it's safe to say the Ohio State quarterback passed with flying colors in that regard. At least, that's how his elder teammates and coaches saw it as the campaign drew to a close. "The Braxton that I have under center as opposed to the Braxton I had at the beginning of the season is night and day," senior center Michael Brewster... Recommended Stories

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