MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia cornerback Brodrick Jenkins has left the team.
Coach Dana Holgorsen on Tuesday declined to give a reason for Jenkins' departure, saying it was "internal."
Jenkins played in two games this season without a tackle and was held out of last week's 41-7 victory over Georgia State. The senior had 11 career starts, including seven last season. He had two interceptions in a 2011 game against Rutgers.
Holgorsen says Terrell Chestnut has moved into a backup role in Jenkins' place. The sophomore has played in seven games, including three starts.
West Virginia (2-1) plays Maryland (3-0) on Saturday in Baltimore.