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 suspended for one) and 308 total...