Guice was transported from the LSU football facility in an ambulance after losing consciousness. It did not come during an offseason workout, and some reports suggest he passed out multiple times during the day.
"It would be impossible for me to suggest (he's totally cleared)," Miles said. "I was fielding information late as I was packing and getting ready to come here. Everything I hear is he's okay. It's just they have to do tests to make sure on a lot of things."
Dehydration or blood pressure problems have been reasons cited for his health issues. Miles said he'll undergo testing to determine the cause.
"I don't know if it's fatigue. I don't know if it's blood work. I don't know if it's low blood pressure," Miles said. "I don't have any idea. I can only tell you it was a concern and that we needed to back him off and get him relaxed." News broke Wednesday evening that an LSU football player had been removed from the facility in an ambulance. WBRZ posted a picture on Twitter, but LSU would not identify the player or reason. The Advocate later reported that the player was in fact Guice and that he had been hospitalized after losing consciousness.
Guice tweeted late Wednesday night, confirming that he did not pass out during or after a workout.
Okay I did not pass out during or after a workout okay guys?! Thanks..— 5? (@DhaSickest) July 16, 2015