UNC Greensboro’s Wes Miller reflects on his speedy ascent in the coaching profession
Saturday, September 15, 2012
Wes Miller always knew he wanted to coach. Miller was so confident in his chosen career path he left James Madison in 2003 to walk-on at North Carolina mostly because he wanted to spend the next four years learning from Tar Heels coach Roy Williams. That decision is one of the biggest reasons Miller has risen so rapidly in the coaching profession. (Yahoo! Sports)
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