Miller checks out first Husker game

There were so many recruits in the stands tonight for Nebraska along with their being a great blend of commitments to uncommitted players to official visitors to unofficial visitors. Gabriel Miller, a Nebraska commitment, was in town on an unofficial visit to see his first game at Memorial Stadium.

Gabriel Miller from Mishawaka (Ind.) Penn is one of the best long snappers in the country. The Nebraska commitment was able to get to town to check out the Huskers come from behind win against Wisconsin.

"It was a great game," Miller said. "That was my first game in Lincoln. They looked a little shaky and had some errors in the first half. The offense and the defense were solid in the second half. The crowd was very loud; it was very intense."

Miller was an unofficial visitor for the game tonight and had a chance to be in the locker room prior to the tunnel walk. He said that the tunnel walk for the recruits before the players was also very cool.

"I got a chance to listen to the coaches and come out right before the team with the rest of the recruits. The tunnel walk for the recruits before the players was incredible. Then we were on the sidelines for the players. That was a great experience."

Miller said that the Huskers show that they have what it takes to compete and potentially the Big Ten title this year. Miller thinks that the offense and defense for Nebraska are good enough.

"Coach John Papuchis said that the goal this year is to win that conference title and that's still in front of them. I thought that Nebraska showed tonight that they have the offense to come back and the defense to hold their opponents in check."

Miller was already in the car headed for Chicago when caught up with him. Miller is heading to camp tomorrow and is looking to win the title of the nation's best long snapper.

"I have the Chris Rubio long snapper camp tomorrow. I am rated the No. 2 long snapper in the country and the top long snapper raking is what I am still fighting to get."

Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for 10 years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 12 years.
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