With camp recently opening up for the Ohio State Buckeyes, there were some that have been concerned with the fact that Braxton Miller hasn’t really been doing all that much. However, those people are reading too much into things.
After having offseason shoulder surgery, it was more than expected that Miller would not be doing a whole lot in camp as he prepares for his final season in Columbus.
Offensive line coach Ed Warriner recently explained the process that Miller is facing in camp at the moment, as well as what the ultimate goal is.
“We’re kind of bringing him along slowly,” offensive line coach and co-offensive coordinator Ed Warinner said Wednesday. “I think we have a really good plan to get him where he needs to be Aug. 30. We definitely don’t need to rush it.”
With three successful years on this team, there really is no need to rush Miller back to doing too much, too soon. Plus, what people don’t think about, is the fact that the backup quarterbacks need all the work that they can get, because there is no Kenny Guiton this year to step in, should something happen.
So if you are one of the folks panicking at the fact that Miller isn’t doing all that much, please stop.