Colorado senior guard Ryan Miller was named second-team All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation on Thursday.

Miller set the school record for the most career games started with 48, breaking the old mark of 45.

"It sure feels good. I feel honored and I am very thankful to have played five seasons in front of all the Buff fans at Folsom Field and for coach Embree this year," Miller said. "It's been an honor and pleasure."

The Walter Camp award the oldest All-America team in college athletics, as the organization was the first to select one back in 1889. This is the 122nd team, which is selected by head coaches and sports information directors in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS).


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