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At one point during UNCG’s 32-24 victory over UNC in a 13-minute scrimmage, Spartans coach looked up and saw his brother running down the court for the Tar Heels. “I thought to myself, ‘He never put me in as a freshman,” the elder Miller said, smiling. Wes said that there was no recruiting battle with his old coach, and he’s proud to see his brother in Carolina blue. (Greensboro News & Record)

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