West Virginia Legends Weigh In On Current State of the Football Program

Morgantown, West Virginia – During yesterday’s embarrassing 48-10 blowout loss at Texas Tech, former West Virginia star running back Steve Slaton gave his thoughts about the current state of the Mountaineers football program.

Slaton, who rushed for 3,923 yards during his legendary career with West Virginia, said the following during the game: “Getting hard to watch.”

Former West Virginia defensive back Terrell Chestnut, who played for the Mountaineers from 2012-2015, responded by saying, “Been hard for the past 4 years brotha. Still going to support the little brothers as I know you will as well!”

The Mountaineers are now 3-4 overall and 1-3 in the Big 12 Conference with a brutal schedule upcoming against the likes of undefeated TCU, on the road at Iowa State, Oklahoma, Kansas State and Oklahoma State, all games that they will not be favored to win.