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Report: Florida State snags LB coach Bill Miller from Minnesota

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Per CoachingSearch, linebackers coach Bill Miller is heading from Minnesota to Florida State to fill out the Seminoles’ coaching staff.

Miller spent the last three seasons on Jerry Kill’s staff in Minneapolis, serving as the linebackers coach and assistant head coach. He has two previous ties to the state of Florida, serving as Miami’s defensive coordinator from 1995-1998 and Florida’s linebackers coach/associate head coach from 2003-2004.

Miller brings 36 years of college coaching experience to Tallahassee and is a two-time Broyles Award finalist. In addition to his stint at Miami, he’s served as the defensive coordinator at Nevada (1983-1985), Oklahoma State (1989-1994), Michigan State (1999-2002), Arizona (2005-2006) and Western Michigan (2007). He’s also held staff positions at UT-Arlington, Drake, Louisville and Kansas.


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2 Responses to “Report: Florida State snags LB coach Bill Miller from Minnesota”
  1. fmlizard says: Feb 24, 2014 4:55 PM

    Wonder if he is going to take a Special Forces mat with him too like Brew did when he went to FSU.

  2. jmb795 says: Feb 24, 2014 8:27 PM

    Currently 61 degrees F in Tallahassee..
    Currently 9 degrees in Minneapolis and going to -15 later in the week.

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