West Virginia Native “Sick” Over Jersey Being Sold

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Morgantown, West Virginia – Zach Frazier, a Fairmont, West Virginia native and the starting center for the West Virginia Mountaineers, is sick after learning that his jersey has been sold online.

Frazier, a 6’3 305 pound junior, was a first team All Big 12 member last season and a 2023 ESPN way-too-early All-America Team honoree, learned that his jersey was sold when The Mountaineer Athletic Club (MAC) revealed that it had been purchased for $600 on its website.

“I play my heart out for this state. I’m sick right now. I would’ve paid way more than $600 for my own uniform! I wish I would’ve known! I’ll pay double to whoever bought it! Please reach out.”

Frazier is absolutely right. He plays his heart out for his home state and he certainly should not have to pay $1,200 or even a penny for his own jersey. The jersey should be returned to its rightful owner for free. West Virginia University and The MAC need to fix this immediately.