Let’s get it back to Temple basketball:

The Neuman-Goretti alum was in the transfer portal last year, one of a half-dozen players to do so when Aaron McKie stepped down. Then he reversed course after Adam Fisher’s hiring and pulled his name out of the portal, announcing that he was coming back for his junior year to take care of some “unfinished business,” which was a 12-19 regular season record and shock run to the AAC Tournament final.

Miller was Temple’s best player this year. 15.9 points per game, though he didn’t have amazing shooting splits (35.3% from the floor, 29.4% from three). He played a team-high 36.4 minutes per game and threw four assists and nabbed two steals on average. He’s was fantastic in the tournament, scoring 21 against SMU and FAU, and then 32 in the final. He had 16 swipes over five tournament games and 23 assists. A solid do-it-all point guard, Miller is.

You have to think Kyle Pagan and the other 500 Philly sports media members who went to Temple are a shambles right now. If Miller does another lateral move, like Kurt Warner’s kid going to Rice, then Temple should just pack up both sports programs and call it a day. Pagan will have no choice but to embrace Villanova as Philadelphia’s premier college basketball program.

Live look at Miller going back into the portal: