Randolph County “Millers” Ready To Make An Impact On The Truman Defense

A pair of Randolph County players will impact the Truman State defense this fall, in Westran graduate Ben Miller and Moberly graduate Jackson Miller. Ben could have moved on, but the former 1st Team All-GLVC lineman will come back for one more season….

Jacksyn Miller got his feet wet last year and anticipates making a greater impact this coming season….

Their former defensive coordinator, Kellen Nesbitt, is now the Bulldogs’ Interim Head Coach. Ben talks about the transition….

Jacksyn says it’s been a good offseason….

Truman finished 9-2 last year and tied for 2nd in the GLVC at 5-2. In different scheduling, the conference has the Bulldogs traveling to defending champion Indianapolis in week two, in the midst of non-conference games.