There’s no bye week this Saturday for West Virginia University’s football team, no discernible dividing line in the schedule to indicate a week out of the ordinary.
It felt like old times when Sissonville played Riverside in football last week. I remember when Sissonville was a Class AAA school and played a Class AAA Kanawha Valley Conference schedule.
For the past couple of weeks, when asked about the topic multiple times, West Virginia coach Neal Brown and his Big 12 coaching brethren have insisted that their conference is changing.
I must admit that I am a little different than most. Most of you are normal. You fall in love with people and animals, things that can love you back.
Jarret Doege’s final numbers in WVU’s 27-13 loss to Oklahoma State on Saturday weren’t great, nor were they awful.