NORMAN, Oklahoma -- After not appearing in court for a traffic violation, Oklahoma running back Jonathan Miller was arrested Thursday morning, but will not be suspended by Bob Stoops.
Miller was scheduled to report to court in April in regards to a ticket he received in Sept. 2010 for driving without a license. After failing to appear, a warrant was issued for his arrest May 13.
After redshirting in 2010, the sophomore is in the midst of a four-way competition for the Sooners' starting running back position with Brennan Clay, Roy Finch and Brandon Williams.
In 2009, Miller rushed 18 times for 130 and one touchdown in his seven appearances.