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A journey from fullback to Figaro
Keith Miller, a former fullback out of the University of Colorado, became an unlikely star at the Metropolitan Opera. His unlikely transition from playing football to singing opera is made even more amazing by the fact that he had no formal musical training.
Keith Miller, a former college and pro football athlete who transitioned from playing football to singing opera as a bass-baritone, poses for a photo during an interview in New York. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)