West Virginia University senior quarterback Clint Trickett is leaving the game of football.
Trickett told WVMetroNews that he has stopped playing college football, and will retire. Clint suffered five concussions over the last 14 months as a Mountaineer.
WVU announced today that Trickett was not cleared for the AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Texas A&M.
Skyler Howard will once again get the start for the Mountaineers on Monday.
Trickett threw for 3,285 yards and 18 touchdowns this season.
I want 2 thank all of #MountaineerNation for the support. Had ups & downs but accomplished alot and wouldnt trade my Sr season for anything
— Clint Trickett (@CJTrickett9) December 26, 2014