Cuyahoga Falls School Board accepts head football coach’s resignation


The Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education voted unanimously Monday, Feb. 11, to accept the resignation of Mike Miller from his duties as head football coach and football conditioning supervisor, effective Aug. 29. Miller remains a unit principal at Falls High, a position he accepted in September 2012, replacing Allison Bogdan. At the time it was announced Miller would remain the head football coach for the 2012-13 season. The school board agenda lists the fact that Miller “is now an administrator” as the reason for his resignation from his coaching duties. Miller is a 1999 graduate of Falls High. He attended Mount Union College where he played football and baseball. He earned his bachelor’s degree in 2003.

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  • There is a reason we can't keep good people in the falls anymore. This is certainly one of them.