I’m all for being loyal to the university that gave me an opportunity, but if Braxton Miller wants to play in the NFL, he needs to leave Ohio State.
Once Miller commits to not transferring this summer, if he loses the quarterback battle — which is more than likely — he will have gone two-plus years without a body of work to show pro scouts.
Paul Finebaum is reporting via sources at Alabama, that Miller could land in Tuscaloosa.
.@finebaum just said he talked to a source at Alabama who said there's "a chance" Braxton Miller comes to Alabama.
— Marc Torrence (@marctorrence) April 21, 2015
The move to Alabama — like FSU or Oregon — would provide Miller with the best shot to play and play for huge stakes.