Pat Narduzzi is going into his first season as the head coach for the University of Pittsburgh. Before this he spent eight years at Michigan State, where he faced Ohio State senior Braxton Miller for three years. Miller was the starting quarterback for his first three years as a Buckeye.
Recently it has been reported that Miller will be changing positions, from quarterback to wide receiver for his senior season. Former Michigan State defensive coordinator, Narduzzi, shared his thoughts today on the Ohio native.
Narduzzi called Miller “the best running back” he faced with the Spartans, Brett McMurphy, ESPN college football insider, tweeted today.
Against Michigan State, Miller rushed for 251 yards and ran for two touchdowns in three games.
With these kinds of numbers it is easy to see why Narduzzi said this. Everyone is anxious to see how Miller makes the transition and how it will effect Ohio State.
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