If I had to put chips on state's by population per capita producing football coaches: --Ohio --West Virginia --Oklahoma --Alabama
This would have been an awful year for WVU to be changing coaches. Dana sincerely did the school a hell of a favor taking the Houston job when he did.
<--- extremely happy that we didn't have to fire dana holgorsen for going 2-10 in this carousel
West Virginia having a ho-hum season, but Allan keeps finding must-read stories for Mountaineers fans.
I don't know enough about the freshman class around the country to know if he may be the best, but I know he's damn good. If guys around him can score enough, this team can do some things.
WVU has had good teams with special players, but rarely had someone you knew was going to be the best player on the court almost every night. Oscar Tshiebwe is that guy, and it honestly feels weird. Awesome, but weird.
I honestly don't even understand how it's possible that we got here, only months after a Champions League final appearance. I'm honestly kind of embarrassed by how sad this makes me.
Wow. Pretty remarkable. Two of those other four games ('82 Oklahoma, '02 Virginia Tech) were launching pad moments for success that followed under Nehlen and RichRod, respectively. WVU fans will hope '19 K-State is remembered similarly for Neal Brown.
RT @CraigMeyerPG: Bob Huggins on if Pitt-West Virginia should be an annual game "Why not? The way we travel in our league, it's refreshing to jump on a bus and ride an hour. It's been such a great game for so many years and it's been such a great rivalry for so many years."