Former Arkansas safety Reid Miller is transferring to Montana.
Miller told 406 MT Sports in May that he was committing to the Grizzlies as a graduate transfer. His paperwork was filed this week.
Miller made the decision after Bret Bielema was fired as coach following a 4-8 season. Bielema recruited Miller. Also, the school is making changes to its MBA program, which contributed to Miller wishing to get his MBA at another college.
Transfers are not required by the NCAA to sit out a year if they go from an FBS program to an FCS school. Plus, NCAA transfer rules do not apply to graduates.
Miller plans to start workouts with the Grizzlies later this month. Montana finished 7-4 last year.
Miller mainly played on special teams with Arkansas. In 2017, he had nine tackles in 12 games. As a junior, he had nine tackles in 13 games.