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Realwvfan
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Keep crying and complaining but here’s three quick reasons off the top of my head why I like Neal another year:

1. Too much pressure on a new AD. At least allow this new person to settle in for a year and get a feel for his/her environment. How is this new person supposed to select a coach for a program that will take some time to figure out???

2. We need Rodney Gallagher! If Brown is out, so is Rodney and I’m sure more great commits we have. I’m telling you right now I see a lot of potential in this kid. I’m talking like the same potential from #1 in 2012.

3. You all love to point your fingers at Neal Brown, but we have clearly seen that there are some players who make it difficult for the team to succeed. Nothing against them, it’s just the new era we’re in right now. 

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Brad Smith
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1. Brown has been an absolute failure in FOUR seasons. He does not deserve another year and the new AD will have plenty of time to hire a new coach. 

2. Gallagher chose WVU because he loves the school, his home is 40 minutes from Morgantown and his girlfriend attends the school. Neal Brown is a very small part of the equation.

3. As the leader of the program, everything positive or negative that happens falls back on Neal Brown. 

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1. WRONG: it takes time to adjust to a new area. Why would you rush that process and waste millions doing it. Find the right guy. Also, look at the schedules since 2019. Other than Iowa State, the losses come from top 25, very good teams, many of them top 10. Neal Brown has got us to bowl games in 2/4 years. 1 year was his first year in power 5 football and the other was plagued with injury. You can handle another year while front office makes adjustments, man. 

2. I know you don’t get access to media credentials (for a good reason) but you should read what these players say about the coaching staff. All you see is love for them and they “wouldn’t want to play for anyone else”. You ignore the fact that these recruits look at their future coaches as a father and fully commit to that person. And there’s some really good recruits coming in thanks to Brown. 

3. I agree with you partially, players win games and coaches lose them. Negative falls back on coaches. But, realistically, the coach gives them the plan and the players execute. How they choose to execute is up to them…

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1. WRONG... TCU, Baylor, Kansas just in the big 12 says that you don't need massive amounts of time to turn a program around. That's just 3 out of 10 for example. Do I need to list them all for you? Even If I would you would still argue the point.

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Brad Smith
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@astrahin Exactly. Taking to these Trust the Climbers is impossible.

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  1. @astrahin TCU and Baylor are constant powerhouses in the big 12 so I’m not sure what your point is there. And I’m not sure what Kansas has to do with a new athletic director coming in and getting a feel for the culture, programs, and school to see who best fits the job. Foh man
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