Braxton Miller is indeed making the move to wide receiver, but was this all the brainchild of Cris Carter
One of the top stories heading into the 2015 college football season is most certainly former Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller making the move to wide receiver. With the state of the Ohio State QB situation being what it is after their title run last year that Miller missed with a shoulder injury, the two-time Big Ten Player of the Year really didn’t have all that much of a choice.
Still, though, one question that we have not answered yet is whose idea this all really was. Wast it Miller himself? Was it Urban Meyer? Was it someone else on the coaching staff?
Well, the answer to this might actually be, “None of the Above.”
In actuality, the decision to move Miller to the wide receiver position could have been made by a former Ohio State wide receiver great in his own right. Cris Carter recently took to Twitter and he alluded to the notion that this was actually his idea.
This prompted a brief response from Miller, too.
Hmm, well, this is not something that you can really rule out. Carter stays close to the Ohio State program and Miller, so he in fact may have had a hand in all of this.
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