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Von Miller to be inducted into Texas A&M University's Athletic Hall of Fame

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —Von Miller is a Hall of Famer. 

No, not for the National Football League — that may come later.

But that doesn't mean other honors can't begin to roll in now. His alma mater, Texas A&M, will soon induct him and five other former Aggies into the Texas A&M University Athletic Hall of Fame.

Miller will be inducted on Friday, Sept. 15, ahead of the Aggies' contest against Louisiana-Lafayette. The Broncos play the Dallas Cowboys in Denver that weekend.

As a senior, Miller was a consensus All-American and was named the Butkus Award winner as the nation's top linebacker. The previous year, he led the NCAA with 17 sacks.

In his four-year career at A&M, Miller totaled 33 sacks and 50.5 tackles for loss.

Miller will join former Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak in the Aggies' Athletic Hall of Fame.

Kubiak, a three-time letter winner as an Aggie quarterback, was inducted in 2016 and received the university's lifetime achievement award.

Miller will look to add to his 73.5 career NFL sacks when the Broncos begin their season on Sept. 11 against the Los Angeles Chargers.

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