Morgantown, West Virginia – As the West Virginia Mountaineers (4-6, 2-5) prepare to take on the #15 ranked Kansas State Wildcats (7-3, 5-2), ESPN’s College Gameday briefly discussed the game on the show this morning.
“The Mountaineers, Pete Thamel reported this morning that they will start Garrett Greene at quarterback, who gave them a real jolt in that win against Oklahoma last week,” Rece Davis said. “You know that Neal Brown is on thin ice there at West Virginia so perhaps they can get another win.”
Pat McAfee added, “The interesting thing here is that it’s tough to win a game in Morgantown. No matter what the situation is. The athletic director was fired earlier in the week, there’s a fresh energy there. Garrett Greene is a dog, this dude can run and do it all for West Virginia today.”
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