Last night, former WVU safety Keith Tandy won his first Super Bowl title with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
After a late-season surge, the Buccaneers made a run all the way to the top of the mountain to knock off the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV, 31-9. Tandy, who spent the majority of his professional playing career with the Buccaneers, was in his first season as a special teams assistant coach in Tampa Bay. Previously, he spent the 2019 season coaching at a local high school in Florida.
During his time at WVU, Tandy had a reputation as a ballhawk, finishing his career with 13 interceptions. He also added 188 tackles to his stats sheet. In the NFL, he finished with 156 tackles and 8 interceptions in six seasons.
It is always a great season when we get to watch one of our former Mountaineers hoist the Lombardi Trophy in February.
Let’s Go Mountaineers