W.Va. DL Berry suspended after arrest

West Virginia coach Bill Stewart has suspended defensive tackle Scooter Berry indefinitely, two days after the junior was arrested outside a Morgantown bar.

Stewart said Tuesday that Berry broke team policy and his future playing status will be reviewed “at the appropriate time.”

Morgantown Municipal Court records show Berry was arrested at 1:55 a.m. Sunday on charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct. He was released on $200 bond and faces a Nov. 11 hearing.

Berry missed two games with a shoulder sprain and injured an ankle Saturday against Marshall.

Berry, whose 25 career starts are tied for the team lead, has been a backup the last two games. Sophomore Josh Taylor has replaced Berry in the starting lineup.