Opponent: VTech lose starting center


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From Heather Dinich of ESPN:

Miller, the lone veteran on an offensive line that had to replace four starters from a year ago, had ankle surgery Sunday morning. He suffered a broken fibula and torn ligaments in his left ankle. With a recovery time of 4-5 months, Miller is questionable for next spring’s practice session.

Miller suffered the injury in the third quarter against Duke and was replaced by Michael Via. Via was forced into the position because backup center Caleb Farris missed Saturday’s game with an ankle injury. Miller has started the last 21 games at center for Tech and has played over 1,400 offensive snaps in his career. Virginia Tech’s depth chart along the interior offensive line is now to be determined until the status of Farris and guard David Wang (ankle/knee) is determined.

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