Morgantown, West Virginia – Moments ago on ESPN’s College Gameday, former West Virginia Mountaineers punter turned television personality Pat McAfee passionately showed his displeasure with his alma mater’s football team.
“For me, personally, and this is a real thing, the West Virginia Mountaineers have been the most disappointing team in the country this season,” McAfee said. “It’s been five years in the Neal Brown’s ‘trust the process’, I think they could have taken over the Big 12, but that’s another big disappointment.”
McAfee, who was the punter/kicker for the Mountaineers from 2005-2008, has been a long-time supporter for the team since leaving Morgantown, but like many in the West Virginia fanbase, he’s clearly grown frustrated with Neal Brown’s lack of production on the field.
West Virginia is 3-3 overall and 1-2 in the Big 12 Conference, and the Mountaineers are 20-21 and 12-17 in the Big 12 Conference in Neal Brown’s 4th season with the team.
Check out the full video clip below:
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— The Voice of Morgantown (@voicemorgantown) October 22, 2022