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Leadership in question for Ohio State's Miller

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08:17 AM ET 08.29 | By his own admission, Braxton Miller wasn't quite himself in 2011. A year after he was dropped into a tempest as a freshman, when throwing a spiral sometimes seemed like a challenge, Miller, under first-year OSU coach Urban Meyer, should have a chance to once again look like the guy who could throw it and run it as an elite high school quarterback. But he can't be only that. ... [Being a leader] occurred both by the natural progression of experience, and through a coach who will rip that leadership out of his quarterback if need be. "They definitely helped me out with that this year," Miller said. By having Meyer tell him about the need to be a leader how often? "Every day," Miller said. "Every day."

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August 29, 2012  08:28 AM ET

The Plain Dealer headline reads: "Confident Braxton Miller leading a new-look offense for Ohio State Buckeyes"

The FN headline reads: "Leadership in question for Ohio State's Miller"

Stoopid interns.

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August 29, 2012  08:31 AM ET
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The Plain Dealer headline reads: "Confident Braxton Miller leading a new-look offense for Ohio State Buckeyes"The FN headline reads: "Leadership in question for Ohio State's Miller"Stoopid interns.

Sounds like the Dems

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August 29, 2012  08:46 AM ET
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The Plain Dealer headline reads: "Confident Braxton Miller leading a new-look offense for Ohio State Buckeyes"The FN headline reads: "Leadership in question for Ohio State's Miller"Stoopid interns.

Media spins colors soooo much of our world nowadays. Makes me wanna puke that goofballs in the media have that much power/influence.

August 29, 2012  08:52 AM ET
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Media spins colors soooo much of our world nowadays. Makes me wanna puke that goofballs in the media have that much power/influence.

Yes. Thread over here =====>
says ... Reporters encountered a Oregon resdhirt sophomore QB as he was entering a building and asked him if he was going to transfer.
MediaWhorez

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August 29, 2012  09:21 AM ET
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Media spins colors soooo much of our world nowadays. Makes me wanna puke that goofballs in the media have that much power/influence.

And thankfully, since we cannot think for ourselves, they will now once again tell us who to place on the presidential throne. Kinda helpful, like ESPNBCS Inc. appointing our college champions. I do, however, trust the Pac-12 network.

August 29, 2012  09:44 AM ET
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Sounds like the Dems

[thweeet!] Penalty! 15 yards and loss of down. No politics on the threads. Like botulism, it spoils more than the conversation.

August 29, 2012  09:44 AM ET

Corch Meyas will fix everything......

August 29, 2012  10:11 AM ET
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Leadership in question, starts at the top and works down.

He is too busy trying to beat HOKE in recruiting to worry about the current players :-)

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August 29, 2012  10:21 AM ET
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I do, however, trust the Pac-12 network.

Homer?

August 29, 2012  10:23 AM ET
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Leadership in question, starts at the top and works down.

I disagree...it starts from the roots and works it way up. Oh wait wrong subject!

August 29, 2012  10:27 AM ET
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Homer?

Or Aristotle?

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August 29, 2012  10:56 AM ET
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Did Meyer actually said he created the Oklahoma drill

Must have been while he was a twinkle in his old man's eye.

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