Morgantown, W.VA. – Tuesday afternoon sophomore safety Kerry “KJ” Martin, Jr. took to Twitter to voice his concerns about some very unbecoming occurrences within the West Virginia program. Martin chose to speak out in light of the past several weeks of great social unrest across the United States. Since the end of May, there have been peaceful protests, some not too peaceful protests, and unfortunate rioting and looting across the country; with the peaceful protests starting after the entirely unjust murder of George Floyd.
Martin’s tweets can be found below, where he sheds light on an ongoing unbecoming situation with defensive coordinator Vic Koenning. Koenning is in his second year of coaching at West Virginia, and judging by the tone of the situation yesterday’s incident is not the first incident.
As of recent, there has not been a public reply from head coach Neal Brown, Coach Koenning, athletic director Shane Lyons or anyone from West Virginia. What has been said is an abundance of support from Martin’s football teammates, showing just what a family and brotherhood is made and bonded when suiting up on a college football team.