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Big, physical and explosive four-year defensive tackle who played in 49 career games, starting 19 … was one of the strongest members of the UT squad … benched 500 lbs., squatted 625 lbs. and power cleaned 365 lbs. … recorded 138 tackles, 25 TFL, 10 sacks, 44 pressures, six PBD, a forced fumble and a …

Throw Back Saturday

Early years An army brat, Miller was born in Fort Lewis, Washington in 1987. His father was a soldier in the U.S. Army. His family lived in Fort Eustis, Virginia from 1989–1996 before moving to Killeen, Texas, when Miller was in middle school. Miller was a star at Shoemaker High School before moving on to …

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In high competition you can only focus on one play at a time to build a good game and when you mess up it’s all about the next play. Being away from this sport leaves so many new worries and question marks, but I’m reminded to take the same approach in my daily life. What …

On this date: Texas Longhorns win the Fiesta Bowl (Roy Miller III named MVP)

Jan 5, 2009 On this day, the Texas Longhorns played Ohio state in the fiesta bowl. After beating 5 top ten ranked teams in a row the horns lost to Texas Tech and settled for the fiesta bowl after being snubbed from the big twelve championship from rivals up north in the Sooners. The Longhorns …

On this date: 13 years ago Longhorn’s Won A Championship

“On This Date: 13 years ago, @TexasFootball won arguably the greatest college football game in history”- @Texasfootball Today is the 13th anniversary of the 2006 Rose bowl in which the Longhorns defeated the Trojans 41-38. Roy Miller III was a freshman at the university of Texas that year (2006) that had an opportunity to play …

Mic Check..

Roy Miller III is a former American football player from Killeen, TX. Appearing in 9 NFL seasons Miller had a prestigious football career. An Alum of the prestigious university of Texas (2005-2008), Miller was an all conference big twelve champion (2005), national champion (2006), and fiesta bowl Most valuable defensive player (2009). Now retired from …