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September 27, 2012
Follow Noon | Givler | Axelrod | Birmingham
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller has come a long way since the second start of his career, one that happened against Michigan State. The stat line was not a great one and it was one that saw Miller take the bench after going 5-of-10 passing for 56 yards and an interception. Braxton the runner didn't fare better after being sacked repeatedly and his nine credited carries were able to net minus-27 yards and a long run of three yards.
But Miller feels that his former freshman self is well in the past, a smaller version of him that didn't have what it takes to win a college game, a big game in conference play.
We caught up with Miller on Wednesday to get his thoughts on the upcoming game and talk to him about how he has progressed in a year.