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Guy Miller

| | College: Colorado State
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2009 Season

Started all 12 games at nose guard, finishing with 39 tackles (18 solo) … Had 6 tackles for loss (second on the team), two sacks, one pass batted down, one forced fumble and one game-saving fumble recovery … Made an immediate impact in his first career start, a reverberating 23-17 win at Colorado (Sept. 6); dropped Rodney Stewart for a 1-yard loss late in the first quarter, then on third-and-9, threw Cody Hawkins for a 10-yard loss, the first sack of his career, to force a 54-yard field goal attempt … Played gargantuan role in preserving 24-23 win vs. Weber State (Sept. 12), pouncing on a fumbled snap at CSU's 10-yard line with 42 seconds on the clock, moments before the Wildcats would have attempted a game-winning field goal; earlier in second half, his pressure helped to induce QB Cameron Higgins to throw an interception to Elijah-Blu Smith … Also, on last play of third quarter, bull rushed the Wildcats' line to sack Higgins and force a fumble; although WSU recovered, the third-down play netted a loss of 18 yards … In assertive 35-20 win vs. Nevada (Sept. 19), made consecutive plays to thwart a second-quarter drive in CSU territory, first dropping RB Vai Taua for a loss, then getting a hand on Colin Kaepernick's third-down incompletion to force a punt … In conference-opening loss at No. 19 BYU (Sept. 26), applied pressure on Max Hall to help force Nick Oppenneer's second-quarter interception … In second quarter of bitter 31-29 loss at Idaho (Oct. 3), dropped Deonte Jackson for a 3-yard loss, and later hurried QB Nathan Enderle into a third-down incompletion, forcing a punt … Registered a tackle for loss in the fourth quarter of setback vs. San Diego State (Oct. 24) … Racked up a career-best 12 tackles in loss vs. Air Force (Oct. 31), including a third-down stop just before half that forced the Falcons to settle for a 50-yard field goal; also combined on a third-down stop inside his own 20 in the third quarter … In last-second loss at New Mexico (Nov. 21), with the Rams trailing 17-14 in the third quarter, dropped Demond Dennis short of the marker on third down … Early in 17-16 loss vs. Wyoming (Nov. 27), combined to drop Austyn Carta-Samuels for a loss, forcing an eventual punt.

2008 Season

Played in all 13 games, including the New Mexico Bowl (Dec. 20), as a reserve defensive lineman, his first significant snaps from scrimmage … Posted 18 tackles (eight solo) … In conference-opening win vs. UNLV(Oct. 4), dropped power back Frank Summers for no gain in the first quarter … Against TCU (Oct. 11), recorded a career-best four tackles.

2007 Season

Made his collegiate debut in season opener at Colorado (Sept. 1), and played in all 12 contests on special teams; shifted from offensive line to defensive line early in the regular season.

High School

Scott City: Named as a first team all-stater as a senior at Scott City High School … named to the Kansas "Elite 11" team, comprised of the state's top 11 players regardless of classification … played on both the offensive and defensive line … two-time all-league selection … won the heavyweight wrestling title as a junior … three-year starter and letterwinner in football for head coach Bill Arnold … also competed in track where he threw the shot put and discus and qualified for the state meet.


Born Jan. 29, 1988 in Scott City, Kan … son of Jim and Carmen Miller … has one sister … full name: Guy Harrison Miller.

Latest News
03/09/2011 - Eleven former CSU players worked out for NFL scouts in the Rams' new facilities Wednesday at the program's annual Pro Day. LS Scott Albritton, LB Ricky Brewer, S Travis Ford, RB Leonard Mason, NT Guy Miller, DT James Morehead, RB John Mosure, FB Zac Pauga, DT Adam Seymore, RB Alex Square and OT Mark Starr took part. In addition, Tony Kelly, a defensive lineman from Mesa State, and Jeff Yonker, an offensive lineman from Adams State, were invited to participate. Nine scouts, including Randy Mueller and Scot McCloughan, respective senior personnel executives for the San Diego Chargers and Seattle Seahawks, as well as Jon-Eric Sullivan from the world champion Green Bay Packers, Lenny McGill from the Denver Broncos and other scouts from the Saints, Jets, Browns and Colts, among others, were in Fort Collins Wednesday. The day began in the team's new $7 million academic and training center, where scouts from measured each player's height, weight, hand size and wing span, then tested the pro hopefuls in the vertical leap, broad jump and bench press. The large group, which also included players' families and current CSU players and coaches, then proceeded to the Rams' new $13 million indoor practice facility, where scouts tested players in the 40-yard dash, 5-10-5 shuttle, three-cone drill, long shuttle and individual workouts. Miller, who has been working out in Denver with the same trainer that prepared former teammate Shelley Smith, a sixth-round selection in the 2010 draft, measured in at 6 feet, 3.1 inches and 302 pounds. In the bench press, he reeled off 31 consecutive reps of 225 pounds, and ran a 40 unofficially timed at 5.14. Scouts also worked him out afterward as an offensive lineman. Miller began his college career on the offensive side of the ball, before crossing the line early in his time at CSU. - CSU football

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