WVU basketball coach Bob Huggins resigned as coach after the DUI arrest

Pittsburgh (KDKA) — West Virginia University men’s basketball coach Bob Huggins is expected to resign from his post after he was arrested and charged with drink driving Friday in Pittsburgh, According to CBS Sports.

According to Pittsburgh police, at about 8:30 p.m. Friday, they saw a black SUV on Merchant Street off Ridge Street in the middle of the road with the driver-side door open.

Once the police got to the car, they found that it had a flat tire.

The police then advised Huggins on the best way to move the car off the road so they could help with the tyre.

He struggled to move the SUV off the road, and was questioned by police on suspicion of intoxication.

Huggins was given a standard field sobriety test, which he failed. He was then taken into custody without incident and taken for further examinations.

Officials also discovered two trash bags from empty beer cans in the SUV, which was rented by West Virginia University.

WVU basketball coach Bob Huggins is arrested in Pittsburgh for a DUI

In the criminal complaint, officers said Huggins did not realize he was in Pittsburgh and told them he was in Columbus, Ohio, for basketball camp. He also did not know how he got to Pittsburgh.

Just last month, the university placed Huggins on a three-game suspension and cut his salary by $1 million after using homophobic slurs on radio in Cincinnati. And in 2004, the police also arrested Huggins for a DUI while he was serving as the head coach at the University of Cincinnati. He did not plead a competition and was dismissed the following year.

West Virginia University and its athletic department released a joint statement:

“West Virginia University has learned of an incident last night involving men’s basketball head coach Bob Huggins in which he was charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in the city of Pittsburgh. We are gathering more information and will take appropriate action once the review is complete.”

Huggins faces a DUI charge and is released by the police.

He will later appear for a preliminary hearing.

KDKA is still working to independently confirm Hugguns’ resignation.

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