After a brief respite, it’s time to, once again, reset the “Days Without An Arrest” ticker.
In what will prove to be the first significant test of Lane Kiffin‘s tenure at Florida Atlantic, the South Florida Sun Sentinel, citing online records, is reporting that Kalib Woods was arrested Tuesday on two counts of battery. Both of those charges are felonies.
Other than the incident that led to the arrest happened Jan. 13, no details surrounding the incident have been released.
As a result of the felony arrest, Woods has been indefinitely suspended by the football program.
Last season, Woods was easily the Owls’ top threat in the passing game as he led the team with 68 receptions for 934 yards. The closest in the former category was running back Devin Singletary‘s 26, and Tavaris Harrison‘s 304 in the latter.
For his career, the redshirt senior’s 111 catches have produced 1,487 yards and six touchdowns.