Resignation of Cuyahoga Falls Football Coach Gets OK From School Board

The Cuyahoga Falls School Board voted unanimously to accept the resignation of Mike Miller at Monday night's meeting

It's official. 

Mike Miller will no longer be the head football coach for Cuyahoga Falls, starting Aug. 29.

The Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education voted unanimously Monday night to accept the resignation of Miller, who became a unit principal at Cuyahoga Falls High School in September 2012, according to the Falls News-Press. He replaced Allison Bogdan, who recently was appointed principal of Roberts Middle School.

Miller, who was also the football conditioning supervisor, is a 1999 graduate of Falls High and earned his bachelor's degree from Mount Union College, where he played football and baseball.

Rick Bonath February 13, 2013 at 04:23 PM
Miller (8-32) had as much of a struggle coaching as Lazzari (5-45) had. With a compiled record of 13-77, maybe it's time to seek out a head coach that has a proven track record. It's not fair to the coaches, players fans or the city to allow a team to struggle in such a way. To find this head coach, it will have to be a search outside of the current coaching staff. Best of luck. Miller and Lazzari are good people and I mean no disrespect to either of them.
Adam C. Miller February 13, 2013 at 11:40 PM
Something has to change...


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