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Height: 5'11"
Weight: 230
Year: Senior
City/State: Kent, Wash.
High School: Kent-Meridian


  • 2003 Nebraska Lifter-of-the-Year Finalist

2003 (Senior)
I-back Robin Miller provided depth in the Husker backfield throughout his Nebraska career. A three-year letterwinner, Miller appeared in 14 games in his NU career, including six contests as a senior in 2003. He closed his career with 103 yards rushing and one touchdown on 18 carries.

Miller finished the 2003 campaign with 65 rushing yards on 10 carries, including a career-long 47-yard touchdown run at Southern Mississippi, when he rushed two times for 47 yards. His scoring run against USM provided the final points in Nebraska's 38-14 win. It was the second-longest run by a Husker in 2003, trailing only Jammal Lord's 66-yard burst against Michigan State in the Alamo Bowl. Miller carried twice against Troy State and had six carries for 21 yards in NU's 48-12 win over Texas A&M.

2002 (Junior)
Miller served as a backup I-back, but did not appear in any games.

2001 (Sophomore)
Miller played in four games and finished with three carries for 15 yards, including two carries for 11 yards against Iowa State. In that game, Miller had a career-long 10 yard-run and a one-yard TD run.

2000 (Redshirt Freshman)
Miller played in four games with five carries for 23 yards. He had a season-long nine-yard run vs. San Jose State and had two carries for eight yards vs. Baylor.

1999 (Redshirt)
A scholarship athlete, Miller redshirted his first year at NU.

Before Nebraska (Kent-Meridian HS)
Miller had a decorated career as a running back and outside linebacker at Kent-Meridian High School, where he was named the Gatorade Washington Player of the Year. Miller rushed for 1,726 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior, and caught six passes for 78 yards. He earned All-Washington honors from the Associated Press and Seattle Times. He was also the South King County Newspaper Player of the Year and set eight school records and two South Puget Sound League records (1,726 yards rushing and 2,072 all-purpose yards). Miller had four 200-yard games, including a school-record 264 yards and three touchdowns against Enumclaw. As a junior, he rushed for 1,048 yards and 20 touchdowns. Miller was named a Northwest Nugget by the Tacoma News-Tribune, representing the best recruits in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska. Miller also lettered four seasons in track, placing at the state meet in the 100 meters and the 4x100 relay. He attended Big Red Football School and only visited Nebraska, but was recruited by Arizona, Colorado, Michigan, Northwestern, Oregon and Washington.

The son of Shane and Timarye (Timmie) Miller, Robin was born on Feb. 11, 1981. A standout in the weight room, he earned a spot as a finalist for the 2003 Nebraska Lifter-of-the-Year award. Miller earned his bachelor's degree in history in May 2004.

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