staff, staff, August 11, 2015

For obvious reasons, Braxton Miller's transition to receiver will be one of the biggest storylines during Big Ten training camps.

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Miller, who announced that he would be moving from quarterback to wide receiver late last month, debuted at his new position Monday, the first day of Ohio State fall practice.

The two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year at quarterback ran patterns, caught passes and took pointers from Joey Galloway, the former Ohio State standout wide receiver and current ESPN analyst.

Here's what Urban Meyer said about Miller following Monday's practice:

"The whole thing is, with a receiver, (you) get the play, have a plan and then execute the plan," Meyer said. "That involves your split, your release, and that's where it's different for Braxton.

"At quarterback, you have to worry about everybody's world. At receiver, you have to worry about your world, which is a little bit easier."