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Stopping Miller's Legs Focus For Opposition

The Ohio State football team hasn't hid from relying on quarterback Braxton Miller's legs. Though that has been a highly successful approach through the first three weeks of the season, more diversity could become a must as opposing defenses continue to make stopping his rushing output a priority.

Stopping quarterback Braxton Miller from making plays with his legs was the prevailing theme of opposing defensive strategy through the first three weeks of Ohio State's season. Identifying that wasn't the hard part for Urban Meyer and his coaching staff. Finding a way to move the ball consistently without always relying on the running quarterback to take off has now become the paramount goal...

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