Ladies and gentlemen, the college football offseason!
According to FOX8-TV in Cleveland, Akron football player Seth Cunningham is facing a charge of aggravated robbery following an incident late Thursday night. And by “incident,” we mean the cornerback allegedly held up a tobacco pipe store at gunpoint.
Per the television station, “Cunningham, 21, entered the 24-hour store on Pearl Road Monday and waved a 9mm handgun in the air. He stole a water pipe worth $447 before taking off.”
Brunswick (Ohio) police caught up with and arrested Cunningham, who they allege admitted to the robbery. He was taken to a county jail but was subsequently released after a $30,000 bond was posted.
The Zips subsequently confirmed that Cunningham has been indefinitely suspended from the football program.
The senior cornerback played in nine games in 2012.