WVU Player Commits Robbery In Team-Issued Sweatpants, Gets Arrested

When robbing someone, make sure your victim can't identify you by your football team number plastered on your pants.

West Virginia defensive lineman Korey Harris was arrested Friday for first-degree armed robbery that allegedly occurred in Morgantown on July 12. Harris and two other men broke into a home and held two victims at gunpoint. It presumably didn't take long to catch Harris, as one of the victims saw the number 96 on Harris's team-issued sweatpants and figured it out.

After the university was informed, Harris was dismissed from the Mountaineers.

[WV MetroNews]