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...this year I know the plays better"
Miller recalls Meyer's words and his challenge last November. So does Buckeyes quarterbacks coach Tom Herman, who also was implicated.
"Our quarterback wasn't the best quarterback fundamentally in America, so Tom Herman and I are going to have a chat," Meyer said on Nov. 27. "Why didn't that happen?
"This is big-boy football. That's your job. He did great work in other areas. Tom Herman did a fabulous job. But Tom Herman and Braxton Miller understand they have to get better. And Braxton fundamentally, if he becomes fundamentally the best quarterback in America, I think he will be the best quarterback in America."
Miller and his position coach were reminded of the comment Thursday after spring practice. The quarterback, who graced the Sports Illustrated cover on March 4 and is being touted as one of the Heisman Trophy frontrunners, said he uses Meyer's comments as motivation.
"I think about that all time, every time I step on the field," Miller said.
"Any board that would ban 3yds is worthless"
I hope Brax can become one of the best QB's in America. That offense can make up for some inexperience on the D.
Good read, thanks for posting. +1
I'm glad Braxton is mature enough to embrace The comments and see how Meyer is trying to help.
Bold and honest!
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