Apparently, one member of Boise State’s team was still celebrating the Broncos’ 28-14 win over New Mexico Thursday night a little bit too much a couple of days later.
According to the Idaho Statesman, David Moa was arrested very early Saturday morning one count of misdemeanor disturbing the peace. At least for now, there are no details surrounding what led to the arrest and charge.
Also as of now, the football program has issued no public comment on the off-field situation and what, if any, punitive measures the defensive lineman could be facing. His loss for any game time, though, would be a significant one.
Moa started all 13 games last season as a redshirt sophomore, leading the Broncos in sacks with 8.5. For that effort, Moa was voted first-team All-Mountain West Conference. he has started the first three games of this season as well.
The past two seasons, Moa has been named to the preseason Outland Trophy and Nagurski Trophy watch list. This year, he was a part of the Bednarik Award watch list.