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Brandon Miller Biography, Net Worth, Age, Height, Dating

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Brandon Miller Biography

Brandon Miller is best known as a Race Car Driver. American race car driver who began his NASCAR career in 2003. Brandon Miller was born on August 28, 1981 in California. He began racing at the age of 12 in kart racing in the Junior Shifter Kart Association. Brandon Miller is one of the most successful Race Car Driver. He has ranked on the list of famous people who were born on August 28, 1981.

Brandon Miller was born May 21, 1979, in New Castle, Indiana to Roger and Terry Miller. He has an older brother, Scott, and a younger sister, Lindsey. As a kid, he was always fiercely competitive. Whether playing checkers with his grandfather or Nintendo with his friends he expected to win, and when he did not he demanded a rematch. Childhood friend and future teammate Darnell Archey recalled “IÕd have to drop the [Nintendo] controller and run out of the room after I won” or the game would never end. Miller was frequently injured as a child, usually from going “full tilt” in sports. At age four or five, he crashed his bike into a neighbor’s house. In youth football, he broke his arm playing quarterback, then re-broke it diving for a loose ball in basketball. In junior high, he ran into a basket support while practicing baton exchanges, badly bloodying his face.

At Butler, Miller was involved in recruiting, game preparation, player instruction, and on-court coaching. During his first year there, the team won the Horizon League title and an NCAA tournament game. At the end of the season at Butler, Miller returned to Ohio State as an assistant coach, assuming duties similar to those he performed at Butler. He spent the next three seasons working under Matta before quitting after the 2010Ð11 season. Missing family vacations and his son Mason’s T-ball games had been weighing on Miller when he had an “aha moment” during a retirement party for his father. Recalling how his father had passed up opportunities for advancement, Miller knew he needed to adjust his priorities. “[Coaching is] a job that can become all-consuming. It’s a job that the time and the effort, and even more than that, where your mind is at on a day-to-day basis, puts you in a position where you can struggle in terms of finding the balance that you need”, said Miller explaining his decision to resign. “I look at my life and the first thing that I want to accomplish when it’s all said and done is I want to be a very good husband and I want to be a terrific father.” Later, he described quitting as one of the best decisions of his career. “I think it gave me perspective on how I was going to coach in the future”, he explained. “I learned a lot from it.” Matta was surprised by the decision, saying “He’s one of those guys you can’t really visualize not being a coach.” During Miller’s time at Ohio State, the team won two Big Ten titles and went to two Sweet 16s.

He also has a position among the list of Most popular Race Car Driver. Brandon is 1 of the famous people in our database with the age of 37 years old.

Family: Parents, Children & Relatives

He raced in the #68 truck owned by his father in 2003. He has not shared enough information about family details. However, our team currently working, we will update Family, Sibling, Spouse and Childrens information.

Brandon Miller (born May 21, 1979) is an American basketball coach, who previously played college basketball at Southwest Missouri State and Butler. Miller served as Butler’s head coach for one season in 2013Ð14 before requesting a medical leave of absence in October 2014. On January 2, 2015, Butler University announced that Miller would not be returning following his university-approved medical leave and that interim coach Chris Holtmann had been named the Bulldogs head coach.

As a player, Miller was known for his unconventional style. He would often drive to the basket, seemingly out of control, and put up one-handed shots high off the backboard. Other times, he would stare down his defender as if he was about to penetrate, only to launch a quick three-pointer instead. In February 2006, Miller was named to Butler’s “Team of the Sesquicentennial”, an honorary team of the university’s 15 all-time greatest players, marking the school’s 150th anniversary.

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The 1994Ð95 New Castle Chrysler basketball team was loaded with returning juniors and seniors. No sophomores made the varsity team, but Brandon Miller did as a Freshman. That year, New Castle beat Alexandria in the opening round of the Semi-state playoffs with the help of Scott and Brandon Miller. The younger Miller later described it as one of his all-time favorite games. New Castle fell to Ben Davis in the finals of the Semi-states, one game away from the Final Four.

Age, Height & Measurements

Brandon Miller current age 37 years old years old. He born under the Virgo horoscope as Brandon’s birth date is August 28. Brandon Miller height 4 Feet 1 Inches (Approx) & weight 161 lbs (73 kg) (Approx.). Right now we don’t know about body measurements. We will update in this article.

Out of high school, Miller was recruited to play college basketball by his childhood idol, and New Castle basketball legend, Steve Alford. He signed with Alford’s Southwest Missouri State Bears, joining the team for the 1998Ð99 season. Miller averaged 11 minutes a game and the Bears advanced to the Sweet 16 of the 1999 NCAA Tournament. After the season, Alford left Southwest Missouri State to take the head coaching job at Iowa. With Alford gone, Miller decided to transfer to Butler to be closer to home. There, he was reunited with high school teammate Darnell Archey. Alford later said not offering Miller an Iowa scholarship was one of the biggest mistakes of his coaching career.

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After sitting out a year due to NCAA regulations regarding transfer students, Miller became the Butler Bulldogs’ starting point guard for the 2000-01 season. Miller injured his shoulder in November 2000, but did not miss a game, playing through the injury all year. Butler won the Horizon League regular season title and made the 2001 NCAA tournament as a 10th seed. Powered by strong play from Miller and fellow guards Thomas Jackson and LaVall Jordan, Butler built a 33-point lead over Wake Forest by halftime and cruised to a 79Ð63 victory. Miller scored a team-high 18 points in what was Butler’s first NCAA Tournament win since 1962. Two days later, 2nd-seeded Arizona limited Miller to four points as Butler’s season ended in a 73Ð52 loss. During the off-season, Miller had surgery to fix his shoulder.


Estimated Net Worth: $1-2 Million


Brandon Miller net worth has been growing significantly. Brandon Miller’s most of wealth comes from being a successful Race Car Driver. We have estimated Brandon’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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Miller began his coaching career as a video intern at Xavier for the 2003Ð04 season. Xavier’s coach, Thad Matta, was hired by Ohio State the following year and brought Miller along, naming him the Director of Basketball Operations. After two seasons in the position, Miller became the team’s Video Coordinator for the 2006Ð07 season. In April 2007, he left Ohio State to join the Butler staff as an assistant coach. According to Matta, Miller “was crucial to the early success we experienced at Ohio State”.

Who is Brandon Miller Dating?

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During his senior season, Miller led the Bulldogs in both scoring and assists. Butler won the Horizon League regular-season title for the third straight year. Miller was sick during the Horizon League tournament, scoring just four points as Butler fell in the championship game. It looked as though Butler might miss the 2003 NCAA Tournament for the second straight year, but they were granted an at-large selection as a 12th seed. In the team’s opening-round game, Butler upset 5th-seeded Mississippi State despite “an overwhelmingly partisan Mississippi State crowd”. With Butler trailing 46Ð45 and 26 seconds left on the clock, Miller pulled down a rebound and set up Butler’s offense. He got the ball back off a screen and hit a 10-foot floater, driving into the lane with 6.2 seconds left in the game. “To hit a shot like that in the NCAA tournament, nothing compares to it,” he remarked. “It’s something you dream about when you’re a kid. It’s something you dream about when you’re 23.” Sports Illustrated called the game an “instant tourney classic” thanks to Miller’s shot. He finished with a team-high 14 points. It was Miller’s fourth final-minute go-ahead basket of the season.

Born in New Castle, Indiana, Miller played point guard for New Castle Chrysler High School before beginning his college career at Southwest Missouri State. When head coach Steve Alford left after Miller’s freshman year, he transferred to Butler. He started all 97 games over the next three years, finishing in the school’s all-time top five in both made 3-point field goals and assists. During Miller’s time at Butler, the team won three NCAA tournament games. Miller was named to multiple honorary teams for both his play and his academics. He won the Horizon League’s highest individual honor, the Cecil M. Coleman Medal of Honor, and the 2003 Chip Hilton Award, given annual to the player who best exemplifies the values taught by the Chip Hilton literary character Ð leadership, character, and talent on and off the court.



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