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Former Ohio State QB Braxton Miller shows off ridiculous moves

Braxton Miller, Ohio St. Roll in Opener


So maybe the whole 'Braxton Miller at wide receiver' experiment is going to work out after all.

The former starting quarterback, and two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, missed all of last season due to injury. His replacement, J.T. Barrett, set a school record for total offense in a season before missing the final three games of the season with an injury of his own. His replacement, Cardale Jones, stepped in to lead the Buckeyes to a national title.

SEE MORE: Jones starts at QB and leads No. 1 Ohio State past Virginia Tech

So Miller, a senior-to-be, transitioned to wide receiver with Jones keeping the starting spot. That's looking like a pretty good decision so far. Miller punctuated a stellar performance in the season opener against Virginia Tech with this ridiculous spin move on his way to a 53-yard TD.


Miller finished the game with 78 receiving yards, 62 rushing yards and two touchdowns as Ohio State trounced the Hokies 42-24. The No. 1-ranked Buckeyes continue their season on Saturday against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors.

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