Braxton Miller had his moments in his one and only season as an Ohio State wide receiver. But, for the most part, the two-time Big Ten quarterback of the year’s number wasn’t called all that often. He finished the season with 26 receptions, 341 yards and three touchdowns, to go along with 260 yards and one touchdown on the ground. Fast forward to Senior Bowl practice this week in Mobile, Alabama, and Miller is making quite the impression. The quarterback-turned-receiver is showing he can run routes, get separation and make catches. Miller will play in the annual Reese’s Senior Bowl
Braxton Miller will go down as one of the most liked players in Ohio State history, and that is an impressive list to be on. To thank all of his fans, Miller wrote a heartfelt thank you letter to Buckeye nation on the Players Tribune website. The star quarterback-turned-wide receiver spoke about everything from his upbringing to his favorite players ever to wear an Ohio State uniform. He also talks about his memorable play this season against Virginia Tech. Need a reminder? Here it is! The Braxton Miller spin move, in three beautiful @USATsportsImage shots. pic.twitter.com/7LqKW1KXdx — Big Ten Network
[tweet https://twitter.com/BTNSullivan/status/668170653300858880%5D Braxton Miller is as decorated as any Big Ten football player in recent history. [ MORE: Week 12 scoreboard | Big Ten stats | Big Ten standings | Twitter: Iowa family reacts to win | Watch Jim Harbaugh argue PI call | Watch Braxton Miller take field on Senior day ] The Ohio State quarterback-turned-receiver is a two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year who rewrote the program’s proud record books, before teammate J.T. Barrett erased several of his single-season records last season. On Saturday afternoon, Miller and the rest of the Ohio State seniors were honored
[tweet https://twitter.com/BraxtonMiller5/status/667053838462009344%5D Braxton Miller will go down as one of the most accomplished players in Ohio State’s rich college football history. The two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year will be playing in his final game at Ohio Stadium on Saturday afternoon when the Buckeyes host Michigan State in a much-anticipated matchup. Miller took to Twitter on Wednesday to speak out about his final home game as a Buckeye. Check out the tweet at the top of this post. Miller and his senior teammates will be honored on Saturday during Senior Day at the Shoe. Ohio State and Michigan
Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Braxton Miller made an incredible catch tonight. [ MORE: Best of Week 8 | Week 8 scoreboard | Watch Week 8 highlights | Week 8 picks revisited | Dienhart: Nebraska’s often-painful ride continues | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | View your team’s homepage ] This time, at Rutgers, Miller hauled in a deep pass from new starting quarterback J.T. Barrett that deflected off the receiver’s midsection, the opponent’s knee, twice, and arm, and then his own facemask. Talk about concentration! This has to be one of the most impressive catches
Braxton Miller is a known commodity, a two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, but his surname was misspelled on his new Ohio State all-black alternate jersey to open Saturday night's game vs. Penn State.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said he wanted to get Braxton Miller the ball more often this week. [MORE: Track all of today’s Week 6 action on our Big Ten scoreboard ] Mission accomplished. Watch this play, and you can see why. Leading 14-7 midway through the second quarter, Cardale Jones aired it out to Miller, who made an incredible diving catch. The following play, Jones hooked up with Miller yet again, this one for a 19-yard touchdown strike. Earlier in the game, Miller had an incredible shake and bake move, which electrified the crowd. Check it out. Welcome back,
With the opening week of the college football season in the books, the Big Ten office released its Week 1 players of the week. See the season’s first honorees inside. [ MORE: Best of Week 1 | Week 1 picks revisited | Power poll | Bowl projections ] Offensive Player of the Week: Braxton Miller, Ohio State, Sr., HB, Huber Heights, Ohio/Wayne Registered 140 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns to guide Ohio State to a road victory over Virginia Tech Both touchdowns covered more than 50 yards, with a 54-yard reception and 53-yard run in the third quarter to turn
Braxton Miller looks like a natural at this whole wide receiver thing. [ MORE: Watch Braxton Miller’s first touchdown reception ] The Ohio State quarterback-turned-receiver and two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year made a highlight-reel diving grab (watch it!) for his first career reception and added an athletic go-ahead 54-yard touchdown reception (watch it!) to open the third quarter Monday night at Virginia Tech. Miller looked like a receiver on both catches, too, rotating his body to land on his back to protect the ball on the diving grab, and avoiding would-be tacklers on his race to the
“Scarlet and Gray Days: Inside Ohio State Training Camp” debuts at 7 p.m. ET tonight on BTN/BTN2Go, and we’ve got a few clips from the first episode. The show takes viewers behind the scenes at the national champion Ohio State Buckeyes’ training camp. Narrated by Oscar-winning actor J.K. Simmons, the series’ first clip shows Braxton Miller’s working on his transition from quarterback to wide receiver/H-Back. In the second clip below, Urban Meyer’s addresses the entire team at the start of training camp. You can also share these clips from this very page, or find them on our Facebook and Twitter pages.