Another Syracuse University football player is reportedly facing charges in a robbery case in Colorado.
According to the Daily Camera in Boulder, 20-year-old Jonathan Miller, a sophomore quarterback for S.U., was arrested along with a former athlete from the University of Colorado football team.
According to the paper, Miller and 22-year-old Bryce Givens were arrested on suspicion of punching and robbing a man early Wednesday morning.
The report says the 21-year-old victim was walking home from downtown Boulder when he was approached by two men, when one of them punched him in the face, then took his cash and cell phone. The paper says police suspect Miller was the one who threw the punch. He was arrested on suspicion of assault, robbery and possession of a fake ID.
We are in touch with Boulder police to get more information.
According to his bio, Miller did not play any games in 2010. Read his full bio.
It's been a bad pre-season for the team already, and practice hasn't officially started yet.
A week ago, another S.U. Football player was stabbed on South Campus.
Police say 19-year-old Kivon Davis stabbed Prince-Tyson Gulley, a sophomore running back who is seen as a rising star for the Orange.
Gulley was stabbed several times.
The same week, S.U. wide receiver Marcus Sales was arrested on felony drug charges. He's accused of running a red light near Midland and Ballantyne Avenues in Syracuse. Police say they later found marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the car. Sales and his brother were both arrested.
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