"...to get a point across."
Kelly was born first. Twinologists attach significance to the order of birth, believing that the firstborn tends to dominate the relationship and protect the younger sibling. That's not the case with the Millers. "We're pretty equal," says Kelly, the talkative one. "Neither of us is bossy."
"We usually agree," says Coco, the reflective one. "We either love something or hate it."
Among the loves: actress Michelle Pfeiffer, the film Grease and the mystery writer Mary Higgins Clark. "Her best book is Where Are the Children?" says Kelly.
"Yeah," Coco says. "I like that one, too. Also, Michael Jordan's Rare Air"
"Yeah. Same here."
What movies do you hate?
"Dead Man Walking" says Coco. "It was too depressing."
"Yeah," says Kelly. "Depressing."
They each had A's and one B over four years at Mayo High in Rochester, Minn., about 75 miles south of the Twin Cities. They have had identical grades at Georgia, where they take premed classes together. Even their basketball stats are similar. In their freshman season Kelly attempted one fewer field goal, blocked one more shot and averaged 1.5 more points. Last year the similarities got eerier: Kelly tallied 628 points (18.5 per game) to Coco's 626 (18.4). Each was assessed 79 fouls. "They are the same player," says McDonald.