Morgantown, West Virginia – Kerry Martin, Jr., the sophomore defensive back for the West Virginia Mountaineers, was at the center of one of the largest scandals in West Virginia football program history this past offseason when he publicly accused former defensive coordinator Vic Koenning of “mistreatment” and “insensitive comments.”
Koenning, the long-time defensive coordinator under Head Coach Neal Brown, was investigated and “mutually separated” from the university following the investigation.
Kerry Martin redshirted this season citing health concerns and promised that he would be back with the Mountaineers next season. However, Martin posted the following message on social media that seemingly opens the door for his departure from Morgantown:
Love it here but can’t stay…
— 𝐊𝐞𝐫𝐫𝐲 “𝐊𝐉” 𝐌𝐚𝐫𝐭𝐢𝐧 𝐉𝐫. 🌹 (@_thekerrymartin) December 4, 2020
While this message could mean something unrelated to football or West Virginia University, he has been by controversy for months now and a decision to transfer from the university would not come as a shock to anyone.
Stay tuned to The Voice of Motown for more information on this developing story.