Former Boise State Football Star Headed Back to Coach the Broncos
Look who's back! We keep seeing coaches leave but it's great to see former players come back to coach. That's what just happened.
Former Boise State football star, Matt Miller is headed back to the blue turf for the 2020 season. Montana State just announced that their offensive coordinator will be leaving for his beloved Broncos.
Matt helped Montana State reach the semifinal of the FCS playoff and was recently promoted to their offensive coordinator position. Miller has been mentioned as one of Montana's most decorated athletes to ever come out of the state.
The BSU standout was a familiar target, for now, Dallas Cowboy's offensive coordinator, Kellen Moore. The two teamed up for Fiesta Bowls wins and just adds to a list of awards that Miller holds including receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns.
Why is this a big deal? The Broncos are used to losing coaches to bigger programs. Coach Bryan Harsin is currently filling a few coaching positions and Miller will be a familiar face to the program. We know that the Broncos are gonna need all the help they can get because schedules only get harder from here.
We'll definitely need Miller's experience as we host Florida State on the blue September 19, 2020.
We'll keep you posted on more announcements but 2020 could be a big year on the blue! Welcome back Matt!