Morgantown, West Virginia – After starting the season 0-2 with losses against Pitt and Kansas, you would think that West Virginia head coach Neal Brown would be ready to make changes for the rest of the year. However, today in his first press conference since losing to Kansas at home, Brown said much of the same.
“Losing stinks,” Brown opened with. “When you invest time and energy, and it doesn’t go the way you want it to go, it’s frustrating. I get the fans’ frustrations.”
Brown continued by saying that his answer for turning the season around is to “get back to work.”
Brown also added that the three primary reasons for starting the season 0-2 is that the Mountaineers are trailing 27-0 in points off turnovers, that his team has had far too many inopportune penalties and too many missed opportunities, such as dropped passes, etc.
West Virginia is back in action at home this Saturday, September 17 at 1:00PM against 2-0 Towson.