Former Mountaineer Player Tells Neal Brown to Get out of Morgantown

Morgantown, West Virginia – Like all West Virginia fans following the Mountaineers’ disappointing 45-20 loss to Baylor, former West Virginia players were frustrated with the performance of the team on the field today.

Former Mountaineer running back Dreamius Smith, who played at West Virginia from 2013-2014, said the following on social media today: “Neal Brown get yo sorry ass out of Morgantown!!!!”

Smith rushed for 1,007 yards on 183 carries in his two seasons in Morgantown and then went on to play for the San Diego Chargers in 2015 and the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2016-2017 in the NFL.

Neal Brown is now 13-15 in his 3rd season at West Virginia and it’s becoming more and more difficult to “trust the climb.”

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