Miller's seen both ends of spectrum at UK

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Updated: 3/01/2012 12:55 am
Kentucky senior Darius Miller will play his final home game Thursday in Rupp Arena, where he's been a part of both UK's longest losing and winning streaks.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - As a freshman, Darius Miller was part of a Kentucky team that missed the NCAA tournament under coach Billy Gillispie. His sophomore season saw an influx of talent under new coach John Calipari, resulting in UK's first number one ranking in seven years and a trip to the Elite Eight. As a junior, Miller earned SEC tournament MVP and helped lead the Cats to the Final Four. Now, as a senior, Miller's been building a reputation as Mr. Clutch. Miller's time at Kentucky began in a valley, but he's heading out on a peak as he plays the final home game of his career Thursday night against Georgia.
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