On this week’s episode of Section 304, the West Virginia University Mountaineers Men’s Basketball Team played their last regular season games last week, and the guys (along with WVU Basketball super fan and Byzantine lead singer Chris “OJ” Ojeda) take a look at what fans can expect going into the Big 12 Championship and March Madness. Plus, the guys ask OJ about Byzantine’s new album The Cicada Tree, and their upcoming tour.
On this week’s episode of Section 304, the boys started the week on a low note but end on a high note as the West Virginia University men’s basketball team goes 21-6 with two weeks left on the regular season.
On this week’s episode of Section 304, the boys are back after a podcast bye week and have a lot to say about West Virginia University’s wins last week.
The WVU men’s basketball team pulled out wins at home and away. They traveled to Oklahoma for a 61-50 win, then defeated Kansas State in Morgantown yesterday 85-66. The guys are happy with the wins, but are still unhappy with how sloppy the Mountaineers are on the court. Plus, they guys break down the latest in recruiting news, and some drama on social media.
On this week’s episode of Section 304, the three amigos return to talk about a better week for the West Virginia University Men’s Basketball team.
Last week WVU defeated the number one-ranked Kansas 85-69, which makes to top-ranked teams the Mountaineers have taken out. On Saturday WVU brought back home another victory on the road against Texas A&M 81-77. the boys are happy for the wins, but still see some flaws in how the Mountaineers are playing.
Later in the show, the guys talk with former WVU forward Brent Solheim about his time in the late 90s playing college basketball for the Mountaineers. Plus, how is the WVU Girl’s Basketball team doing, Pacman’s troubles, Huggins doing some good,X Dana Holgorsen becomes a Hollywood star’s muse, and John Pennington moving on up.
On this week’s episode of Section 304, Matt Durrett returns to help the guys mourn two back-to-back losses for West Virginia University’s Men’s Basketball Team.
Oklahoma came to Morgantown earlier this week and beat WVU 89-87 in overtime, then the Mountaineers hit the road Saturday and took a whipping from Kansas State 79-75. The guys break down the games and where they see WVU needs to improve. Plus, former WVU Men’s Basketball power forward Chris Moss calls in and gives us an update on his career and his time in the Coliseum.
On this week’s episode of Section 304, Matt Durrett returns to talk about a successful week of basketball and the destroying the dreams of the number one ranked team in the country.
West Virginia University Men’s Basketball team beat the Texas Longhorns last night 74-72, bringing the Mountaineers to 15-2 for the season and third in the Big 12. Earlier in the week WVU defeated number one-ranked Baylor 89-68 at home. The guys talk about these games, plus some big stories for WVU Football. And former WVU basketball forward John Flowers calls in.
On this week’s episode of Section 304, the boys are back after taking a bye week and they have a lot to catch up on, including their takes on the end os a successful football and women’s soccer seasons. Plus, the WVU men’s basketball team is rolling right along with only one loss.
West Virginia University’s football team ended their season with 10 wins – the ninth time the program has won 10 wins in its history – after beating the Baylor Bears 24-21. The Mountaineers are now heading to the Russell Athletic Bowl, facing the Miami Hurricanes on December 28 at 5:30 p.m.
After the break, the guys talk about the WVU women’s soccer team. They ended their season ranked number two in the nation after losing to USC in the NCAA Women’s College Cup. The women racked up 23 wins during their season and broke numerous college and NCAA records. While the football and soccer seasons are coming to a close, the WVU men’s basketball team is rolling right along. They won eight games, with their only loss coming at the hands of Temple. Plus, the guys take a look at where former WVU football players are playing this week in our “‘Eers in the NFL” segment courtesy of PickInsider.com. Use promo code “section 304” and they’ll match your initial bet.
On this week’s episode of Section 304, West Virginia University is one football game away from completing its regular season after a win over Iowa State, Matt Durrett stops by, and former WVU defensive tackle David Upchurch calls in.
The Mountaineers hit the road to take on the Cyclones of Iowa State, but left the Cyclones winded with a 49-19 win. Iowa State kept it close the first quarter, with WVU leading 14-13, but the Cyclones were only able to pull off field goals in the second and third quarters and were scoreless the fourth quarter.
The guys break down the game, prepare for next week’s game against Baylor, and look to the future. The guys talk about the latest with WVU basketball and women’s soccer. Plus, the guys take a look at where former WVU football players are playing this week in our “‘Eers in the NFL” segment courtesy of PickInsider.com. Use promo code “section 304” and they’ll match your initial bet.