Boise State football player suspended indefinitely for DUI arrest – The Arbiter

Boise State Football announced the indefinite suspension of senior redshirt rusher Dylan Herberg on Sunday, January 30, following his arrest for driving under the influence (DUI).

“Boise State is aware of the situation and Dylan Herberg has been suspended from all team activities indefinitely as we follow our department’s policy,” a Boise State spokesperson said.

The Boise Police Department (BPD) responded to an accident after a car hit a tree on South Constitution Avenue late Saturday night.

According to the Ada County Sheriff’s Office, Herberg was identified as the driver. They also identified four passengers under the age of 18 in the vehicle. No one involved in the accident reported injuries.

Herberg was later arrested at 11:15 p.m. for impaired driving after appearing under the influence and failing the field sobriety test.

He is currently on bail but faces five misdemeanor charges. The charges include one count of driving under the influence and four counts of transporting a minor under the influence.

Herberg recently received a full scholarship last September after beginning his college football career as a substitute at Timberline High School in 2018. He appeared in 10 games last season and posted six tackles and one sack.

[Photo of Dylan Herberg (49) in the end zone during a Boise State football game]
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