Miller Enjoys Tiger Victory
|Sunday, September 5, 2004, 3:07 PM-|
Josh Miller committed to Clemson without ever attending a game in Death Valley. Miller made his first trip to Death Valley in the 20T victory over Wake Forest.
"I loved it. It was great game. The crowd was awesome even though I don't think it was a sellout. I didn't know there was that much crowd involvement."
Miller received a call from an assistant coach at Maryland earlier this week.
"He called to talk to me, but I told him that I had already committed to Clemson. I said thanks for being nice to me, but Clemson is where I feel is the best place for me to be."
After the game, Miller went into the locker room and met with Coach Burns, Coach Blackwell, and Coach Bowden.
"They were very excited to see me there. They all told me they can't wait to see me there next year. The locker room atmosphere was amazing. There was a lot of leadership in the locker room. Made me feel that the way they care about the game is the way I feel, and I know I will fit in with the players."
This past Friday Miller sparked a 76-0 victory for Manning. He played in only two quarters and saw limited action on defense. On offense, Miller carried the ball 10 times for 135 yards and 3 touchdowns.