Terry Miller’s past is, no doubt, a bountiful and complicated one. He was the greatest high school athlete in Colorado Springs history as a superlative football running back, he departed Oklahoma State after earning a degree in finance in four years, and replaced O.J. Simpson as Buffalo Bills lead running back. And yet . . . An asterisk floats above the glory. He pleaded guilty in 1999 to bank fraud and was ordered to pay $179,000 in restitution. On this week’s episode, we talk to Gazette columnist David Ramsey about Terry Miller’s past, present, and future.
Produced by Katie Klann, Colorado Springs Gazette
Reporting by David Ramsey, Colorado Springs Gazette
Music: Let That Sink In by Lee Rosevere