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Senior Zeb Miller found his name on the CFPA Placekicker Award preseason watch list for the second straight season.
Miller named to CFPA Placekicker Award watch list
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Updated: Tuesday 06/24/2013 15:38:09 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Senior placekicker Zeb Miller became the latest North Dakota football player recognized by College Football Performance Awards. Miller was one of 33 Football Championship Subdivision players named to the watch list for the 2013 CFPA Placekicker Award.

Miller, who was on this list prior to his junior season as well, had his most accurate season in 2012 in three years as UND’s starting placekicker. He made 12-of-14 attempts (85.7 percent) and moved into fifth place on UND’s all-time charts for career field goals made with 36. With a 75 percent conversion rate (36-of-48), Miller is UND’s most accurate placekicker in school history (minimum 40 attempts).

Miller also ranks fourth in career point-after attempts with 104 of those to his credit. He went 42-of-43 during his junior season and has only missed two during his career.

— Go UND —

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