There's still several months to go before the start of the 2014 college football season, but that doesn't mean we don't have a clearer picture of the quarterback situation in the Big Ten. Most teams have the starting spot locked up, which means the inevitable comparisons can begin.
The Heisman Trophy isn't handed out in May, but if it was, the Big Ten would have a few compelling candidates. Not least among them is Ohio State's Braxton Miller. Despite a disappointing end to 2013, the Buckeyes are poised for another run at the Big Ten title in 2014—and a likely berth in the College Football Playoff that comes with it.
Can Miller lead his Buckeyes to a long overdue Big Ten title? Is Miller the undisputed top quarterback in the conference? If so, where do the other starters rank behind him?
We'll answer all of those questions in our Big Ten quarterback power rankings, post-spring practice edition.