Alabama Coach Calls Onetime Murder Suspect, NFL Hall Of Famer For Advice After Player Charged In Killing

Alabama Coach Calls Onetime Murder Suspect, NFL Hall Of Famer For Advice After Player Charged In Killing


A college basketball coach whose player was charged with murder sought the advice of an NFL Hall of Famer uniquely qualified to help: Onetime homicide suspect Ray Lewis.

Alabama basketball coach Nate Oats reached out to Lewis to ask the former Baltimore Ravens great how to deal with the case of Darius Miles before the team played a road game against Vanderbilt Tuesday. Miles, a 6-foot, 6-inch forward who has now been kicked off the team, was charged with capital murder in the Sunday shooting death of a 23-year-old woman near campus.

“He went through a similar situation in Atlanta,” Oats told the Alabama Crimson Tide Sports Network pregame show before the Tides’ 78-66 victory. “He played in the NFL. He told me what he thought guys needed

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