Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller set a single-season school record for total offense in 2012, throwing and running for a combined 3,310 yards and 28 touchdowns.
Those numbers were good enough to earn Miller a fifth-place finish in last year's Heisman race. Many are expecting bigger numbers and a higher finish for the Buckeyes' signal-caller this year.
The reigning Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year will lead No. 2 Ohio State through a schedule that could yield huge numbers to the Buckeyes' offense. If Ohio State improves in Year 2 under Urban Meyer, something every team has done throughout his coaching career, the Buckeyes could be on the brink of a special season.
Will that special season include Miller winning Ohio State its eighth Heisman Trophy?