MOSCOW, Idaho — University of Idaho defensive back Shiloh Keo was arrested in connection with a weekend fight following the team’s 35-23 victory over Hawaii on Saturday.
Keo turned himself in Tuesday and was cited for misdemeanor battery before he was released, Moscow Assistant Chief of Police David Duke said.
Keo, who played his high school football at Archbishop Murphy, is due to be arraigned in early November.
Keo, a junior safety from Everett, leads the 6-1 Vandals with 64 total tackles, including 38 solo tackles. He has three interceptions.