WVU Sports with Mike Casazza

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We’re two weeks past national signing day, so maybe recruiting is not the topic to whet your appetite, but there’s something I’ve ready through, actually found enlightening and feel compelled to share.

In short, some schools, and some conferences, have a championship advantage in college football because of who and where they recruit. And for folks who assumed West Virginia’s fortunes would be enhanced by recruiting classes and that the success would follow suit, understand that’s thus far not the case. In short, the Big 12 doesn’t have or get the most “blue chip” talent and WVU is actually getting fewer of those players now than before.