West Virginia Legend Offers to Help Coaching Staff

Morgantown, West Virginia – West Virginia’s difficult 18-6 loss to Minnesota in the Guaranteed Rate Bowl was hard for all West Virginia fans to swallow and former West Virginia standout Aaron Beasley spoke out about his concerns with the team and offered his assistance.

Beasley, who was a three-year starter and All-American cornerback at West Virginia from 1992-1995, said the following on his personal social media account: ‘West Virginia football, all y’all gotta do is invite me down..I do know a ‘little bit’ about football, recruiting, leadership, schemes, turnovers, love of the game..I’m here for you! Don’t be shy! Because what I just watched last night…no comment!”

Beasley, who led the nation with 10 interceptions in 1995 and then went on to play several years in the NFL with the Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Jets and Atlanta Falcons, is in the WVU Sports Hall of Fame and one of the best defensive players in West Virginia football history. Beasley, 48, offering to return to Morgantown to help the team is very gracious and hopefully Neal Brown and his staff take him up on this offer.