West Virginia senior cornerback Brandon Hogan was cited by police for disorderly conduct and public urination over the weekend in Morgantown, the Charleston Gazette is reporting. Hogan was not arrested in the incident.
Head coach Bill Stewart told the paper he was reviewing all the facts of the matter and would take action after doing so.
Hogan already had some issues this spring, missing most of practice because he had fallen behind in his studies. And this comes after a mildly disappointing junior campaign.
He's a talented player who can really help the Mountaineers defense, and you've got to wonder why he put himself in position to be cited over the weekend when he was already in the doghouse. Stewart has shown a firm, but even hand in his disciplinary measures, and this surely doesn't seem like the type of thing that will lead to a dismissal or lengthy suspension.
Hopefully for everyone involved, Hogan will get everything straightened out before the season begins.