Thursday evening, Dion Clisso of PrepsKC.com, a media partner of Sports Radio 810 WHB and 810varsity.com, reported that
running back Darrian Miller was suspended for this week’s game against the Staley Falcons. Here is the report in its entirety: Blue Springs
“Blue Springs Darrian Miller will not be on the field Friday night when the Wildcats host Staley at Peve Stadium. The senior all-state back who is one of the most highly recruited players in the Kansas City Metro will not play this week due to an internal coaching decision.
The anticipated showdown between Miller and Staley's standout running back Evan Campbell will not happen. Miller's time out of the lineup will be limited to one game according to
coach Kelly Donohoe. Blue Springs
The Wildcats are looking to find their first win of the season after opening the year with a 7-6 loss at Rockhurst. Staley opened the year with a 44-13 over
Friday afternoon, conflicting information began to emerge. Candace Buckner, Kansas City Star preps reporter, said just after 2pm on her Twitter feed, @kccandace, that
coach Kelly Donohoe told her last night Miller was indeed playing against Staley this evening. Blue Springs
"Donohoe said he's had 2 deal w/ 'is he or is he not playing' talk all week," Buckner tweeted. "But he told me straight up, Miller's in. So who knows, we'll see."
I contacted Clisso and he told me, "I stand by my story.”
Donohoe was contacted via e-mail by 810 Game of the Week analyst Jay Binkley at around 2:15. He responded 15 minutes later with, "Let's just say that if he (Miller) plays...great. If not, it is because of making a few bad decisions. How's that for an answer?"
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