Upper Arlington, OH
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6-5 / 269
Finished his BC football career with 45 career receptions for 457 yards and six touchdowns; saw action in 35 games during his career.
Finished the season as the Eagles' fourth-leading receiver with 25 receptions for 229 yards and four touchdowns; started all 12 contests at tight end...caught three passes for 28 yards and a career-high two touchdown receptions in the season opener at Brigham Young; scored the first points of the 2004 and 2005 seasons...had one seven-yard catch against Army...added one 13-yard catch against Florida State...recorded three receptions for 53 yards at Clemson...caught one 12-yard pass against Ball State...had two catches for seven yards against Virginia...tallied five receptions for 23 yards, including a two-yard touchdown catch against Wake Forest...had three catches for 31 yards at Virginia Tech...made three receptions for 18 yards at North Carolina...caught a 17-yard touchdown pass in his final home game against North Carolina State...caught two passes for 20 yards at Maryland.
Finished as the Eagles' fifth-leading receiver with 20 catches for 228 yards; had two touchdown receptions; notched his first collegiate reception - a 16-yard touchdown catch - at Ball State; the catch marked the team's first points of the season ...made a career-high five catches at Temple; had a three-yard touchdown grab...caught three passes for 51 yards (long of 24) at Wake Forest...had three catches for 27 yards against Rutgers...made two receptions for 44 yards against Massachusetts, including a season-long 28-yard catch ...added two catches for 15 yards at West Virginia...had two receptions for 26 yards against Syracuse...made one catch for one yard against Penn State...had one 15-yard grab against North Carolina in the Continental Tire Bowl.
Saw action in all 13 games as a backup tight end and on special teams...earned starting long snapping duties early in the season.
Valuable scout team player.
Led Upper Arlington High School to a 15-0 record and the Division I state title in 2000...played in the 2000 Ohio North-South all-star game...earned SuperPrep all-Midwest honors as a senior tight end at Upper Arlington High School; also gained all-Midwest accolades from Tom Lemming...captured all-state, all-district, all-metro and all-Ohio Capital Conference honors in 2000...made 41 catches for 635 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior...registered 24 receptions for 363 yards and five touchdowns in his junior year...also excelled on Upper Arlington's basketball and track teams...placed seventh in the state in the discus as a junior; holds the school record in that event (173'1").
Christopher Miller, born April 26, 1983...enrolled in the Lynch School of Education...Chris and his younger sister Alysse are the children of Phyllis and Scott Miller.
Receptions: 5 (twice)
Yards: 53 vs. Clemson (9/24/05)
Touchdowns: 2 vs. Brigham Young (9/3/05)
Long: 29 vs. Clemson (9/24/05)
|CHRIS MILLER'S GAME-BY-GAME|