Trading Sides: Former Iowa offensive lineman transferring to Nebraska
The Iowa-Nebraska rivalry is becoming one of the most heated annual matchups in the B1G West. But one former Hawkeye is trading in the Hawkeye gear for some Husker swag.
On Wednesday, former Iowa offensive lineman Ezra Miller announced that he will be transferring to Nebraska to continue his college football career. He was initially a member of Iowa’s 2019 recruiting class but decided to medically retire from football because of back issues.
GBR!!! 🏈🏈🏈 pic.twitter.com/z6lTqPYh0x
— Ezra Miller (@EzraMiller75) June 24, 2020
However, Miller released a statement later in the spring saying he planned to come out of retirement and continue playing football elsewhere. Now, he’ll join the Nebraska program as a walk-on offensive lineman.
Miller was a former four-star prospect and stands 6-foot-6 and weighs in at 310 pounds.
Nebraska is coming off a 5-7 season and is looking to reach bowl eligibility for the first time under Scott Frost in 2020.