Braxton Miller Flashes Heisman Potential With Monster Performance vs. Wisconsin
Braxton Miller made sure that Ohio State fans and Heisman voters wouldn't forget about him after missing the last few weeks.
Kenny Guiton did an admirable job of keeping the Buckeyes offense humming while the Heisman candidate was out with injury, but Miller quickly flashed the potential that has made him a favorite to wind up in New York.
The dynamic junior lit up the Wisconsin Badgers secondary for 167 yards and three touchdowns through the air in the first half. He also added 39 yards rushing as he worked his way back into game action. The highlight was a 40-yard bomb to Philly Brown as the final seconds of the half ticked down and the Buckeyes took a 24-14 lead.
Miller would continue his heroics in the second half as he finished the game with 198 yards passing and four touchdowns with 83 yards on the ground.
With the Badgers representing the fist real competition that the Buckeyes have faced, this was Miller's first real opportunity to emerge as a true candidate for the award. he didn't disappoint.
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