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Woazeah suspended- College Football career over PDF Print
Thursday, 13 December 2007 06:05

Mountaineer Cornerback Justin Woazeah’s Appalachian football career ended today as Coach Jerry Moore suspended him for breaking a team rule.

The senior from Winston Salem has started 54 of a possible 55 games and ends his career as the Southern Conference’s all-time leader in passes defended. Moore has not decided whether Woazeah will take part in the team’s postseason activities.

Sophomore Cortez Gilbert will start in the National Championship game- the second start of his career.

While Moore’s office isn’t specific about what rule Woazeah broke, Woazeah is scheduled to appear in Watauga County District Court this morning for misdemeanor simple affray and misdemeanor resisting a public officer. Sources say those charges stem from an incident last year.

Backup linebacker Chris Johnson was also left behind when the team went to Chattanooga.
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