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Old 12-03-2005, 12:55 PM   #8
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Tony Miller was the heart and soul of the Damon Key/JimMcIlvane era Marquette teams. He could beat anyone off the dribble or stop any PG on the other end, but was completely averse to shooting. One of those guys where #s couldn't possibly say it all, he had all the intangibles. Along with Muggsy Bogues, Miller is a hero to short guys who can't shoot and just love to play the game.

BlueBaron, you should KNOW who Tony Miller was. He single handedly destroyed UK's previously unstoppable full-court press in the 1994 NCAA tourney to upset the Cats by about a dozen points. Marquette's entire game plan was to get the ball to T-Mill and let him weave through the defense... and it worked!
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