Can't play the What If game here. Cardale was actually the best option to go against Alabama out of the 3 of them for 2 reasons. Size and arm strength. That, with a healthy dose of Zeke, is the winning recipe against a Nick Saban defense with that defense front. His size, falling forward on several key plays, including one that could've gone for a safety, made a huge difference. Plus, as has been alleged plenty in this forum, Cardale did get the best team performances from those around him, but isn't that the point? Cardale being in there means healthy balance of power schemes with Zeke and go routes to D. Smith....(what a huge loss that will be). It was essentially an unbeatable formula with the way the O-line played. And if Cardale is the man who commands that balance the best out of the 3 options, I don't see how the other 2 beat him out, regardless if they are more spectacular as individual talents. It's about how the team plays. And the team was NASTY when Cardale was in there. All in all, can't go wrong with any of the 3, and I love Braxton Miller. He epitomizes Buckeye Nation. But, sadly for me as a Brax loyalist, Cardale is just a better option for the team. Go Bucks.