West Virginia men’s basketball head coach Bob Huggins uses homophobic slur in radio interview
Bob Huggins, the head coach of the West Virginia University men’s basketball team, is facing criticism for using a homophobic slur during a radio interview.
Huggins used the slur twice on a radio show in Cincinnati when talking about fans of the Xavier men’s basketball team.
He issued the following statement on social media:
— WVU Men's Basketball (@WVUhoops) May 8, 2023
WVU Athletics released the following statement, saying the situation is now under review by the university and athletic department:
Statement by WVU Athletics. pic.twitter.com/BGGAErDU22
— WVU Sports (@WVUSports) May 8, 2023
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