By Matt McCoy

Greetings from the Big Ten Media Days in Chicago, where the 14 Big Ten coaches and players from each team are previewing the season. I had a chance to talk one-on-one with both Urban Meyer and Braxton Miller.

Miller, the two-time Big Ten MVP is coming off shoulder surgery but Meyer says his QB is "in the best shape of his life." Nonetheless, the coach has a major concern in the Ohio State offensive line charged with protecting Miller. The group is replacing four starters and Meyer says they did not perform up to expectations in Spring Football.

Despite the new offensive line and the losses of running back Carlos Hyde and receiver Philly Brown, Miller says the offense "will pick up right where we left off" this year, expecting big things from the receiving corps, singling out sophomore wide out Dontre Wilson. You can check out the conversations with both Meyer and Miller below.