One last football post here today before we shift our focus to tonight’s basketball game in Morgantown against visiting Kansas State.
As mentioned in my earlier post, new WVU football coach Neal Brown introduced his first Mountaineer staff to the media this morning at Milan Puskar Stadium and we learned more about who will coach what positions and who will recruit what areas.
I was in the process of typing up something very similar for this post, then a handy breakdown of each new West Virginia assistant was sent out by the folks in WVU’s sports information department. I’ll post that below (minus a bunch of quotes, several of which I’m hanging on to for stuff I’m working on). Keep an eye out in the next few days for more stories coming out of today’s meeting with the new football coaching staff.
New WVU football coach Neal Brown spent a few minutes Monday morning introducing the members of his first Mountaineer coaching staff to the media. We got some time to hang out and interview members of the new staff after, so look for more from that session in the coming days.
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