Found October 24, 2012 on Fox Sports Arizona:
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Senior Arizona State receiver Jamal Miles will be the first to admit he is having a disappointing season. "It's not where I expected it to be," Miles said this week. "I expected a lot more, but right now I'm just being a team player and playing my role." Miles, who was expected to be the Sun Devils' go-to receiver this season, has essentially fallen off the radar, leaving many questions to be asked about his decreased productivity. As a slotback last season, Miles was second on the team with 60 receptions, good for 361 yards and six touchdowns. He added three more touchdowns and 1,020 yards as a kickoff and punt returner. He also had 237 rushing yards, and including an end-around touchdown pass, was responsible for 10 ASU scores. With three top receivers graduating, Miles looked like a big part of the 2012 offense, be it under Dennis Erickson or otherwise. But he has just 179 yards receiving on 14 catches through six games (he was ...

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