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Sophomore Zeb Miller made all three of his field goal attempts in the season-opening shutout of Drake.
Miller snags pair of weekly accolades
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Updated: Tuesday 09/05/2011 19:29:52 (ET)
by Ryan Powell, UND Media Relations
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Grand Forks, N.D. - Sophomore Zeb Miller (Ankeny, Iowa) was named the College Sports Madness Great West Conference Player of the Week on Monday for his perfect kicking night in the season-opening shutout of Drake. Miller was also named an honorable mention placekicker performer of the week by College Football Performance Awards for his efforts vs. the Bulldogs.

Miller scored the first points of the season for UND thanks to a 41-yard field goal in the opening quarter. He also added kicks of 22 and 32 yards in the opener to equal his career high for field goals in a game with three. He also made three field goals vs. UC Davis last season (Nov. 6, 2010).

Miller also added an extra point to finish the contest with 10 points.

-- Go Sioux -- 

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