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Miller sees progress being made


COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio State football season is a little more than three weeks away and Buckeye football fans are starting to get the feeling that football is in the air. But practice still has a ways to go with 11 more practices between now and August 19th when fall camp closes and the team start to turn its attention to Miami (Ohio).
The success of the Buckeyes will rest on the shoulders of more than one player as the team looks to bounce back after a poor 2011 season but there may not be a player who has more 'perceived' pressure than quarterback Braxton Miller. The sophomore signal caller had moments of greatness during his freshman campaign but also had times where he looked like, a freshman.
But now he is a year older and knows he will be the starter going into the season and has had a chance to work with Tom Herman and Urban Meyer. How does Miller feel the transition has been going? We have a couple minutes with him after practice.