Kameron Miles dismissed from Boise State following domestic violence arrest

Sometimes people get a second chance and really make the best out of it. Sometimes, though, they mess up far worse than they did the first time. Kameron Miles has been dismissed from Boise State following his arrest by Boise police at 2:41 A.M.
This isn’t new for Miles, either. Originally recruited by Texas A&M, he was dismissed from the Aggies for an unspecified violation. To this point it has only been identified as a “violation of team rules”. This time, though, Miles’ issues are far worse than football. Now he stares at potentially criminal charges; being kicked off the football team might prove to be small potatoes when all is said and done.
According to the report, Police originally responded to what they thought was going to be an incident of road rage, but as they gleaned more information, it became clear that was only a byproduct of another act of aggression.

“The argument escalated when the suspect is alleged to have physically battered the victim. The victim left the residence in a vehicle, and met with police in the area of Broadway and Front. Officers were later able to locate the suspect, identified as Miles, who had left the residence in a separate vehicle. Miles was transported to the Ada County Jail where he was booked under the above charge. The investigation remains ongoing.”

Having played in 23 games and recording only 35 tackles, Miles wasn’t necessarily a star on the Boise team. As a redshirt senior, he was expected to compete for starting time this year. But now those plans are off the table and his football career is through. Only a marginal talent at the FBS level, he is untouchable to any other NCAA program and not even a blip on the NFL prospect radar screen.
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Boise State football: Kameron Miles arrested for domestic battery
Boise State football: Kameron Miles arrested for domestic battery