By now, you know that former Ohio State offensive lineman Harry Miller went through a very rough time with his mental health while juggling being a student-athlete at OSU. He told part of his story earlier this year in a very raw moment for all to see.
You likely also know that head coach Ryan Day was there to support him through it all and has had to deal with mental health within his own close family experiences. With all of the negative news and way of the world today, it does give you some hope with the outpouring of support Miller received when he put himself out there.
Now Day and Miller are sharing a bit more, this time with a piece that was shown on ESPN. The piece aired on Sunday, and if you didn’t see it, it’s well worth your time to carve out ten minutes of your time.
Feel free to pass this along to someone who needs to hear the messages of support and love that those with mental illness’ need so desperately in today’s world.
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