Finishing off the regular season, which the Ohio State Buckeyes are aiming to do this afternoon against the Michigan Wolverines, has not been easy at all. But, this Ohio State team is never out of anything as long as they have the versatile Braxton Miller at QB.
In the first half, Miller had a touchdown pass of 53 yards, and then he followed that up with a run for 53 yards for a score, and then one from 21 yards out.
When the game resumed after the half, Miller picked up right where he left off.
With the game still tied up at 21, the former Heisman front runner led the Buckeyes on a five-play, 63-yard drive, which he capped himself with another TD run, this time from three-yards away:
Braxton Miller has undoubtedly been the MVP once again for the Buckeyes when they need him most. They need to win these next two games in front of them to have a shot at playing for the national title. With Miller, anything is possible.