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Utah State G Brock Miller Officially Retires From Basketball

Mar 30, 2022, 7:42 PM
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Utah State's Brock Miller (Photo courtesy of Rick Parker, USU Athletics)
(Photo courtesy of Rick Parker, USU Athletics)

LOGAN, Utah – Utah State guard Brock Miller announced that he will be retiring from basketball after five seasons with the Aggies in Logan.

Brock Miller is known for being a three-point shooter will now hang up his sneakers after a successful career with Utah State.

Miller announced his decision via Twitter on Wednesday evening.

“Aggie Nation…These past 5 years have been memorable,” Miller wrote. “I will never forget coming to USU games as a kid and seeing the Spectrum Magic. I am so grateful I made the decision to become an Aggie. Being an Aggie has allowed me to be apart of conference championship teams and March Madness appearances, all while doing it in front of the best fans in the nation. Many dreams have come to life.

“I want to thank Coach Morrill and Coach Jones for helping me become an Aggie,” Miller continued. “I want to thank Coach Duryea, Coach Smith, and Coach Odom for all they have done for me as a player and person. Thank you John Hartwell and your administration for your support in making my experience so sweet. I love my teammates. Thank you for pushing me and making me better everyday. I couldn’t have done any of this without you guys.

“Lastly and most important, thank you Bailey and my family for your continuous love and support. It all started with you,” Miller wrote. “After talking with Bailey, my family, doctors, and Coach Odom I have decided it would be smart for me and my personal health to officially retire from playing basketball. I’m grateful for what the game has given me and look forward to a new chapter of life with my family. I’m an Aggie for life.”

Miller appeared in 18 games this season, including 14 starts, averaging 6.8 points per game on 31% shooting from the three-point line.

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