Braxton Miller fakes out camera man with another ridiculous run vs. Nebraska

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Braxton Miller has been a one-man highlight reel so far, and he added to the compilation on Saturday night against Nebraska.

Braxton Miller has established himself as the best running quarterback in college football through the first six weeks of the season. He's already compiled a highlight film full of shake in his first season under Urban Meyer, and he put on another ridiculous move against Nebraska Saturday night. Miller set a new single-game rushing record for an OSU quarterback in the 63-point win and a big chunk of those yards were gained on the following play:

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Even the ABC camera man can't keep up with Braxton, who finished with 186 yards on 16 rushes for a gaudy 11.6 yards per carry average. Miller has single-handedly kept the Buckeyes in games through their undefeated first month of the season, and despite Meyer's concerns about the volume of rushes, his feet remain the Buckeyes best offensive weapon.

Miller and the Buckeyes will get another chance to rack up the numbers and highlights next week against Indiana.


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