"I'm a little sore but I'll be alright," said Miller. "It's been competitive out there. We don't have a whole lot of defensive lineman to rotate with.
"Josh McNel and (Ndamukong) Suh are pretty tough lineman."
Miller was going at it so hard on Tuesday that his nose began to bleed. The coaches wanted him to leave but Roy wouldn't budge.
"I couldn't leave the field," Miller explained. "I needed to stay out there and compete. I'm trying to prepare myself for the game."
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We loved what we saw from Miller this week, who was originally committed to Oklahoma. He's a massive defensive lineman that plays with a high level of intensity.
We asked Roy if he still plans on committing at the Alamo Dome on Saturday.
"I was actually going to have Tommie Harris pull the hat out of the bag for me." Miller said. "Tommie has been a friend of mine for a long time. He might have a conflict on Saturday, so I don't know if he'll be here.
"I have it narrowed down to Utah, Texas and UCLA. I grew up a Texas fan but Oklahoma started to grow on me when they started winning again."
Miller denies a leader. He had good visits to both Utah and UCLA but it's believed he'll announce for Texas on Saturday.