Harry Miller, who plays for the Ohio State Buckeyes football team, has recently gone on his annual mission trip to Nicaragua. The athlete has done so since he was in middle school, and in a recent interview, he shared that he planned to donate all of his name, image, and likeness earnings to specific Nicaraguan humanitarian efforts.
Harry Miller Is the Ohio State Buckeyes’ Junior Offensive Lineman
Miller, who is also a former star prospect from Buford, GA, has been doing his annual mission trips to the Central American country ever since he was in seventh grade. There, he helps operate a school and gets involved in distributing food and medicine to less-fortunate Los Brasiles families. In a statement, he said that one doesn’t need much to have much. He pointed out that this is probably the biggest lesson he has learned during his time in Nicaragua.
Harry Miller Has Missed Almost Every Game This Season Because of Health Issues
Last season, Harry Miller started seven games as a left guard for the Ohio State Buckeyes football team but has, so far, missed all but two games this fall. This is apparently due to unspecified health issues he is experiencing. However, the athlete was recently named to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team because of his constant philanthropic efforts in Nicaragua.
Allstate has also donated $10,000 to a charity of Miller’s choice to further benefit those in need in Nicaragua. There, most people live below the poverty line and can use all the help they can get. To Harry Miller, the Allstate donation was a great gift. He has also sold merchandise at an online pop-up shop and donated all proceeds to the mission. As college athletes have to navigate the new name, image, and likeness rules that come into validity this fall, one football player already knew that he’d donate his NIL money to people in Nicaragua who need it. The young athlete is certainly setting a good example for his colleagues and other athletes.
Has This WWE Legend Just Announced His Retirement?
Professional wrestling looks set to lose one of its biggest legends from the ring after The Undertaker hinted at retiring. The wrestling star has been one of the best in the business since joining the WWE in 1990 but now looks to have wrestled his final match.
The Last Ride
The Undertaker, real name Mark Calaway, said in a recent documentary that he had “nothing left” to prove inside a wrestling ring. Speaking in a WWE biopic titled, ‘The Last Ride,’ The Undertaker hinted that he would be stepping away from wrestling. After spending more than three decades in a wrestling ring, Calaway’s words suggest he’s had his last match, a Boneyard match against AJ Styles at Wrestlemania in April.
Following the Boneyard match, ‘Taker rode off into the night on his motorcycle, and it seems the wrestler views this as a fitting last action. He said, “It’s time this cowboy really rides away.” The Undertaker said he has finally come to terms with the idea that he can do more good outside the ring than inside. It suggests he’s going to become a trainer or a mentor rather than an in-ring performer.
Don’t Count Him Out, Yet
Calaway hasn’t outright retired yet, though, and he did say that he would consider one final match to say goodbye to the world of wrestling. The wrestler may wait until crowds are allowed back in arenas to really say goodbye to The Undertaker character he has lived for almost 30 years. Now it would just be a case of finding the right opponent to give ‘Taker’s final match the attention it would deserve.
The Undertaker is one of the most iconic wrestlers of all time, and his fans have possibly seen him wrestle for the final time. He claims to have “no desire” to return to the ring, so we may never see him in his wrestling gear again.