NDAPSSA Hall of Fame > Scott Miller
  • Scott Miller
    Fargo sportscaster

    Inducted to the Hall of Fame: February 2020

    Born: April 25, 1958 in Minot.
    Died: February 25, 2016 in Fargo, age 57.
    High School: Graduated from Minot High School, 1976.
    College: Graduated from Washington State University.

    Miller won sportscaster of the year awards in two states, Montana (1987) and North Dakota (2010). After serving as radio play-by-play announcer for universities in Washington, Idaho and Montana, he became the voice of UND football and men's basketball in 1992 while serving as sports director at KNOX-AM radio. In 1996, Miller moved to Fargo where, first at WDAY-AM then at KFGO, he spent 20 years as radio voice of North Dakota State University football and basketball and 10 seasons as voice of the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks professional baseball team. Miller was inducted into the NDSU athletic hall of fame. He was known for his signature phrase, "My, oh my!"

  • Scott Miller