Cincinnati Mascot Arrested for Throwing Snowballs, Shoving Security Guard
Source: ncaafootball.fanhouse.com — The Cincinnati football mascot has been arrested during the Bearcats’ game Saturday.
According to the Associated Press, the mascot was told to stop throwing snowballs and then pushed a security guard. He was detained and cited for disorderly conduct and has yet to be identified.
Click here to see an action photo of the Bearcat getting cuffed by multiple police officers.
Cincinnati is squaring off with Pittsburgh in the River City Rivalry. A win might help to ease the frustration of the Bearcats in a largely disappointing season. Reportedly a “backup” mascot took over for the offender at halftime.