Mountaineer Mascot Apologizes to Team and Fans After DUI Arrest; Will Return on Nov.11th

By Local News | November 04, 2017
By Alex Weiderspiel.  Troy Clemons, the Mountaineer mascot for West Virginia University, will remain suspended for a second week before resuming his role during the Nov. 11 road trip to Kansas State.
 
Trevor Keiss, an Elkins native and the alternate Mountaineer, will serve as mascot for the second consecutive game when West Virginia hosts Iowa State on Saturday.
 
Clemons, a Greenbrier County native and grad student at WVU, was arrested last week in Monongalia County and charged with driving under the influence.
 
Clemons released a statement.  CLICK HERE to read the statement and the rest of the story.
 
Photo courtesy of WVU Today.

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