Miller to Become Assistant Basketball Coach at Auburn

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AUBURN, Ala. (AP) – Missouri men’s basketball assistant coach Ryan Miller is leaving after just two months on the job. Miller, the younger brother of Miami Heat guard Mike Miller, will become the associate head coach at Auburn. Miller, a Mitchell, South Dakota native and former Northern State University player in Aberdeen, South Dakota , worked with Tigers’ head coach Tony Barbee as the video coordinator at Memphis while Barbee was an assistant under John Calipari. Miller spent the past five seasons with Steve Alford at New Mexico. He left in May to join Frank Haith’s staff, but sources told CBSSports.com that Calipari pushed hard for Miller to join Barbee down in Auburn, where he would also receive a significant pay raise.


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