"It was another good comeback win," Miller said. "I said to Josh going into the locker room that they doing like to have the lead going in. I knew in some way that it was inevitable that they would come back."
Miller liked having a chance to see a game in Lincoln for a day game. He said that some of the players after the game were saying that it was one of the loudest crowds of the year.
"It was my first chance to see a day game in Lincoln and it was actually like two games. The first half was light out and in the second half it was dark. I got a chance to speak to some of the players and they said it was one of the loudest games of the year."
Miller ran into a familiar face on the sideline this weekend. He met one of the return visitors while he was in town for the Wisconsin game. He said that he also hung out with one of the junior college defensive tackles for an extended period on Friday night.
"I met David Knevel at the Wisconsin game. After seeing him and his dad running around a little bit I think that they are interested in Nebraska I think. He couldn't ask for more with the games he's seen.
"I got as chance to hang out with Quincy Russell too on Friday night. I think that he really liked what he saw. We went to the team movie together. It was cool to have a chance to go to special team meetings and hang out with Coach Els this weekend."
Miller is a solid commitment to Nebraska and he's seen Lincoln before, but still he came away impressed. He called his official visit to Lincoln his best trip to Nebraska yet.
"Since this was my official visit it's a little different, but everything was great. It was definitely a "10". This trip was good because my dad and my sister got to come with. It was my greatest visit here by far."