Report: Missouri hiring OL assistant from Georgetown
Missouri football is reportedly adding a new staff member who comes from the FCS level.
The Tigers hired Georgetown offensive line coach Brian Miller as an offensive analyst, Coaching Search’s Chris Vannini reported Tuesday. He will likely assist current offensive line coach Glen Elarbee.
Miller has been on staff with the Hoyas since March 2012. He was previously on staff at Missouri’s former Big 12 rival, Kansas, from 2010-2011.
Miller coached three offensive linemen to second-team all-conference honors during his time at Georgetown.
He joins an offensive staff that oversaw one of the most improved units in college football last year. The Tigers scored 31.4 points per game in 2016 while averaging 4.92 yards per carry and gaining 292 first downs.