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Name: Cam Miller 
College: North Dakota State     Number: 7
Height: 6-1   Weight: 208
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: So/2024

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC

 Cam Miller, North Dakota State, Player News


  Cam Miller threw a touchdown pass and added one of North Dakota State's six rushing scores as the Bison rolled to a 52-24 victory over South Dakota on Saturday. Tamerik Williams opened the scoring with a 1-yard TD run in the first quarter. Miller connected with Phoenix Sproles for a 75-yard touchdown and then scored on an 8-yard run to make it 21-0 after one quarter. Christian Watson's 43-yard TD run gave the Bison (10-1, 7-1 Missouri Valley Football Conference), ranked fourth in the latest FCS coaches poll, a 28-0 lead just three minutes into the second quarter. Miller completed 19 of 23 passes for 219 yards. Williams rushed for 60 of the Bison's 301 yards on the ground - scoring twice. Jalen Bussey and Kobe Johnson also had scoring runs. Freshman Carson Camp passed for 196 yards and two scores with one pick for the 16th-ranked Coyotes (7-4, 5-3). Michael Mansaray and JJ Galbreath had touchdown receptions. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) So/2024 QB Cam MillerNorth Dakota State
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  Cam Miller threw for two touchdowns, TaMerik Williams ran for two scores and North Dakota State beat Youngstown State 49-17 on Saturday to clinch at least a share of its 10th Missouri Valley Football Conference championship. North Dakota State (9-1, 6-1) had scoring plays of 49, 50, 61, 71 and 84 to bounce back from its first loss of the season. NDSU has not lost back-to-back games since a five-game losing streak in the 2009 season.

Williams carried it a career-high 18 times for 137 yards, including a 50-yard score, and Miller was 10 of 14 for 169 yards for North Dakota State. Jalen Bussey, Hunter Luepke and TK Marshall also had rushing scores. Bussey scored from 61-yards out and Marshall capped the scoring with an 84-yard touchdown run. Marshall, who entered with 55 yards rushing this season, also had a 60-yard run. At the half, NDSU had a 287-90 advantage in total yards and an 18-point lead. The Bison finished with 623 yards, while holding YSU to 288. Mitch Davidson threw for two touchdowns, both to Bryce Oliver, for Youngstown State (2-7, 1-6), which has lost 10 straight in the series. - AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) So/2024 QB Cam MillerNorth Dakota State
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  Sophomore quarterback Cam Miller came off the bench to lead two late touchdown drives and FCS No. 3-ranked North Dakota State came from behind to beat 17th-ranked Missouri State 27-20 on Saturday. Miller connected with Christian Watson on a 24-yard touchdown for the game-winning score with 4:57 remaining. His 29-yard scoring pass to Phoenix Sproles tied it at 20-all with 13:40 left. Miller completed 7-of-9 passing attempts for 122 yards.

Miller was 6-for-6 passing and connected with four different receivers on the Bison's go-ahead possession. He also picked up two first downs rushing on the 12-play, 62-yard drive that took a little more than seven minutes. Missouri State drove to the NDSU 36 on its final possession, but a pair of false start penalties and back-to-back sacks pushed the Bears into a fourth-and-33 and they couldn't convert. North Dakota State (7-0, 4-0 Missouri Valley Football Conference) likely will move to the No. 2 spot following Eastern Washington's 35-34 defeat at home against Weber State. Jason Shelley threw for 242 yards and Tobias Little ran for two scores for the Bears (4-3, 3-2). - North Dakota State/AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) So/2024 QB Cam MillerNorth Dakota State
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  MARCH 15 MISSOURI VALLEY FOOTBALL NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK: QB Cam Miller, North Dakota State, 6-1, 205, Fr., Solon (Iowa) High,...Miller accounted for 118 yards of total offense and led a key fourth-quarter scoring drive in North Dakota State's 21-13 victory over Illinois State. Playing in just his third game as a true freshman, Miller traded snaps with starter Zeb Noland in the first half and led the Bison for a majority of the second half. Miller rushed for a team-high 57 yards on 11 attempts and went 5 of 7 passing for 61 yards. His six-yard TD run with 3:39 left in the game capped a 13-play, 84-yard drive that ate up 8:13 of the final quarter. - Missouri Valley Conference Football

(DS#999 QB) So/2024 QB Cam MillerNorth Dakota State
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