Brandon Miller Joins Matta Again

Brandon Miller Joins Matta Again
Brandon Miller

Brandon Miller Joins Matta Again

A previous assistance of Head Coach Thad Matta’s has returned to Matta’s staff as an assistance coach with the departure of John Groce.

By Steve Patterson

Prior Ohio State Positions

    Brandon Miller was Ohio State’s director of basketball operations during two seasons with the Buckeyes and their video coordinator during the 2006-2007 National Championship runner-up season. Now he returns as an Assistant Coach with the departure of John Groce to Ohio University.


    Miller played for Matta at Butler from 2001 to 2003 as a guard and is regarded as one of the most successful players in Butler history. He also coached with him while Matta was head coach at Xavier and at Ohio State. His last position was as an assistant coach at Butler where he played.

Coaching Staff

    At age 29, Miller becomes one of the youngest coaches on the staff and is excited about returning to Ohio State. Alan Major and Archie Miller remain as assistant coaches with Archie Miller likely to be the head assistant this coming year.
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