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While Braxton Miller's stats for last season weren't exactly phenomenal, neither was the situation that former coach Jim Tressel and involved players left behind as they quickly scattered away from Ohio State—and the scandal that rocked college football.
Enter Urban Meyer.
Meyer has the chance to be a hero as he works to turn things around and possibly take Ohio State back to the top of the Big Ten. The only downer of this is that we won't get to see Wisconsin and Michigan State battle it out as they have for the past two seasons.
Whether you like him or not, Tim Tebow excelled under Meyer wining a Heisman and two national championships.
So, why can't Miller achieve the same status?
Well, eventually he can.
Ohio State isn't in the SEC, and with the exception of Alabama, Florida didn't have a lot of trouble beating teams from within.
Expect a bigger learning curve, and if history repeats itself, Urban Meyer will in fact coach Braxton Miller to a Heisman win and possibly a national championship game.