Darius Miller: Odd Senior Role

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 2/13/2012 7:35 pm
Darius Miller has been with the Cats for four years.  He's the only player on the team who has given a significant contribution over that time on this year's squad.

Many have nicknamed Miller "Disappearius."  But maybe Miller's role is that he doesn't have one.  He allows his teammates to find their roles...ones they are comfortable with and then steps up when needed to, pulling his team up.

He may have only had five points in 15 minutes at Vanderbilt, but they were the biggest points and minutes of the game.  One shot ending a 7-0 Dores' run, the other putting the Cats up by five late in the game.
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