Former Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller has taken like a fish to water in his switch to wide receiver, as he continues to play the position as if he was playing it his whole career.
Miller was at it again in the Buckeyes’ game at Rutgers where he appeared to make a nice catch, sliding in to haul in a 45-yard pass in the first half. But upon closer inspection, the catch was better than ‘nice’, as he originally had the ball hit his chest, then his knee and then back into his chest and arms.
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Now that’s some high-level athleticism and concentration.
Also, J.T. Barrett was no slouch with the pass. Barrett is doing a great job after recently being named the starter, as he completed 5-7 passes for 136 yards and a touchdown at the half. The Buckeyes are currently up 28-0 against the Scarlet Knights in the second half.