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Morgantown, West Virginia – Fans and media members alike are expecting a lot of changes for the WVU Football program within the next few weeks. Following the firing of Athletic Director Shane Lyons, it is only a matter of time before Neal Brown also gets the same treatment.
Brown sits with a 21-25 record, and will cost the university a pretty hefty buyout of $17 millions. The Mountaineers will finish with a losing record for the third time in four seasons under his watch – that’s just not going to get it done for Mountaineer Nation.
With the inevitable changes coming, some are beginning to give hints of what they are hearing coming out of Morgantown. There hasn’t been a clear indication of the direction, but according to one reporter, we should expect it to be outside of the box.
I’m hearing some wild things at West Virginia. Whew
— Carl Reed (@CoachReedLive) November 21, 2022
Earlier this evening, Carl Reed, a College Football Analyst for 247Sports, tweeted that he is hearing “wild things at West Virginia.” He did not say as to what he is hearing. However, with the writing clearly on the wall, we should expect it to have a lot to do with WVU’s coaching situation.
West Virginia University and the athletic department are serious about getting the football program going in the right direction. If they want to have any relevance in the near future, they must act immediately to get things straight.
Should they continue to wait, the game will ultimately leave them behind. Before we know it, WVU could be in the same position as Kansas was.
“Wild things” are exactly what we need right now.
Let’s get weird. Let’s Go Mountaineers.