On this week’s episode of Section 304, West Virginia University gets a break but the guys press on, talking about Mountaineer Head Football Coach Dana Holgorsen in the hot seat. Is former WVU Football Head Coach Rich Rodriguez coming back? The guys talk about the rumors. Plus Mike Barwis, WVU’s former director of strength and conditioning, talks about his career with the Mountaineers and his TV show American Muscle on the Discovery Channel.
On this week’s episode of Section 304, the guys go over the issues West Virginia University football faces in the wake of their second conference loss to Baylor. Diddy gives up on Head Coach Dana Holgorsen. Plus, WVU Sports Hall of Famer Aaron Beasley joins the show to tell great stories from his Mountaineer and NFL careers.
On this week’s episode of Section 304, the guys get a little feisty over West Virginia University’s second Big 12 loss. Plus, we hear from some of the 2006 Sugar Bowl all-stars.
Cam is back! And he tells us how his Magic: The Gathering competition was. But the conversation quickly devolves to a debate on whether Mountaineer Head Coach Dana Holgorsen should go. Lew goes off on some of the fans for booing and trashing the players, and Diddy sees some hope after watching WVU fight Oklahoma State to an overtime loss.
During the second half of the show, the guys chat with former Mountaineer player Phil Brady, called by some as the “hero os the Sugar Bowl.” He talks about the fake punt that helped WVU win the game against Georgia. Lew also talked to fellow 2006 Sugar Bowl heroes Dan Mozes and Pat McAfee. The guys wrap up by giving their predictions for next week’s game at Baylor.
On this week’s episode of Section 304, the guys are joined in studio by former WVU Quarterback Major Harris and they talk about yesterday’s defeat at the hands of Oklahoma.
First, the guys take time to rag on Cam for missing another episode in order to play in another nerd tournament. Then, it’s time to get into the discussion of Saturday’s disappointing loss to Oklahoma. We stop to hear WVU Head Coach Dana Holgorsen’s comments on the gameplay. The best part of the show is college football hall-of-famer and former Mountaineer Quarterback Major Harris joining the guys for the discussion and a look back at Harris’ record-setting career.