Miller's injury had limited his time on the field in West Virginia's previous two games, and his absence certainly had an effect on WVU's pass rush. He returned for more duty against UNLV, and the results were immediate. The Mountaineers recorded three sacks and pressure UNLVs quarterbacks throughout the game, limiting them to just 5.6 yards gained per pass attempt.
Miller's return is just step on of getting WVU's pass rush back to full strength. The return of Will Clarke should allow the Mountaineers to return to their four-man front in passing situations, and hopefully get even more pressure on opposing passers.
In this interview, Miller discusses the good and bad of West Virginia's inability to use that package in recent weeks, and details the abilities that some of the younger defensive linemen bring to the table.