Darius Miller: Dealing with Madness

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 4/08/2012 1:03 am
Very few people can understand the madness which surrounds the hardwood in this state.

The Commonwealth of Kentucky is dominated by, and consumed with, the sport of basketball.

But one man, a Maysville, Kentucky native, understands just how passionate people can be.

Darius Miller has done it all.  He's a state champion at the high school level with a "Mr. Basketball" crown to go with it from Mason County.  He's played more games for the Blue and White than any of the famous legends who've donned the hallowed uniform.

Miller has seen a UK program in a very low valley (NIT his freshman year) and at its highest peak (back-to-back Final Fours and a national championship).

Here's the craziness he dealt with at Lexington Sports Cards on Saturday.
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