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Two things to remember about Miller's spring game performance:
1. Most quarterbacks will make a significant improvement between their freshman and sophomore seasons. Not to take anything away from Meyer, but just because Miller looks more comfortable now than he did as a true freshman, that doesn't necessarily reflect on either coach (Meyer or Tressel).
2. He knew he wasn't going to get hit no matter what. In a controlled scrimmage situation, any quarterback will be more comfortable knowing he won't get lit up no matter how much pressure he faces. Just like you can't make a true evaluation of a QB based on 7-on-7, I wouldn't put too much stock in a spring game performance either.
This post was edited by Todd Worly on 4/23/2012 at 3:37 PM
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