Cincinnati Bearcats Mascot Arrested, Charged with Disorderly Conduct at Pittsburgh Game


December 4, 2010

The Cincinnati Bearcats finished up their first post-Brian Kelly season 4-8 on Saturday, falling to Pittsburgh 28-10 at home.

It's been a frustrating year for everybody in the program — including the mascot.

During Saturday's contests, the Bearcat was arrested for disorderly conduct after throwing snowballs in the crowd and pushing a security guard. He had apparently been provoked by a pelting from Pitt fans.

He was replaced by a backup mascot at halftime.

See his arrest below.

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