Former MSU safety takes grad assistant position at Ohio State
A former Michigan State football player has returned to the B1G, this time on the sidelines in a graduate assistant role.
Former Spartans safety Grayson Miller has joined Ohio State’s staff as a graduate assistant, according to Matt Wenzel of MLive.com. Miller spent the 2019 season as a graduate assistant at Ohio University.
Former Spartan Grayson Miller is now a grad assistant at Ohio State after being a GA at Ohio in 2019.
— Matt Wenzel (@mwenzel2) March 17, 2020
Miller was a linebacker at Michigan State from 2015-18. He appeared in 46 career games during his time in East Lansing, making six starts at the safety position before switching to linebacker later in his career. He totaled 60 tackles and three pass break-ups while with the Spartans.
In 2015, Miller made four starts and appeared in 12 games for Michigan State. That year, the Spartans finished 12-2, winning the B1G and appearing in the College Football Playoff. He totaled 24 stops that year.
Miller is a native of Georgetown, Kentucky. Last year, Ohio finished last season with a 7-6 record, which included a victory over Nevada in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.