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Best WVUSports podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best WVUSports podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
Updated June 2020
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One of, if not the most iconic victory in the history of West Virginia Football as WVU defeats No. 8 Georgia, 38-35 in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga. From Steve Slaton's monster game on the ground, to Phil Brady's dramatic late-game fake-punt run to seal the game, re-live one of the great night's to be a Mountaineer with the original MSN Radio br…
Where does season ticket money go? Why are season tickets so important to an athletic department? Why are 2020 season tickets of particular importance to WVU fans this year? Those details and more covered with Athletic Director Shane Lyons in this edition of the Mountaineer Insider.
The West Virginia Mountaineers found out prior to the game they would be playing for the national title. WVU then went out and took care of business against the Syracuse Orangemen to finish the 1988 regular season, 'PERFECT!' Listen back as Jack Fleming and Woody O'Hara call one of the great moments in West Virginia football history.…
What does President Gee think about the 2020 football season? Hear from him. Why is it extra important to become a season ticket holder for the 2020 football season? Matt Wells from the WVU Athletic Department stops by. Could Randy Mazey's vision for a reconfiguration of the college baseball season actually happen? Get the latest on a national repo…
November 30, 2002 - In front of over 65,000 fans, a Top 25 showdown at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, featured a pair of old high school rivals at quarterback - WVU's Rasheed Marshall and Pitt's Rod Rutherford. The Mountaineers, fresh off their upset win in Blacksburg over the Hokies, rode the coat tails of running back Avon Cobourne in this Mountainee…
Dan Zangrilli chats with WVU Deputy Athletic Director Keli Zinn to get an update on the construction ongoing at the Puskar Center. Learfield IMG College Ticket Solutions GM Lee Harris comes by to inform listeners how they can support the new WVU Healthcare Heroes Program. Plus, get a summary of Neal Brown's weekly media address.…
Jack Fleming and Woody O'Hara describe West Virginia's marquee victory over the fourth-ranked Miami Hurricanes in a 17-14 victory at Mountaineer Field in Morgantown on November 20, 1993. The victory propelled WVU to another 17-14 win a week later at Boston College to help secure the second undefeated regular season in WVU football history.…
To help mitigate the financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, West Virginia University Director of Athletics and Associate Vice President Shane Lyons has announced athletic staff salary reductions for fiscal year 21. Plus, branding guru Jeremy Darlow drops by to talk about his upcoming work with WVU Football.…
WVU defeats No. 3 Virginia Tech, 28-7 behind 178 rushing yards from Quincy Wilson
West Virginia University play-by-play announcer Tony Caridi moderates a gathering of the Big 12's broadcasters in a special edition of Vocal Distancing.
Tony Caridi joins Josh Lewin from UCLA and Eli Gold from Alabama in a round table discussion on the status of college sports at their schools.
Dan Lohman of Pikewood Creative tells the story of "it's a great day to be a Mountaineer, wherever you may be" in this special 20-minute podcast, presented by WVU Medicine.
Tony Caridi sits down with West Virginia University Director of Athletics Shane Lyons to go over a variety of topics in response to the recent COVID-19 virus outbreak.
Mountaineer Memories - presented by Encova Insurance - 2018 NCAA Tournament WVU 94 - Marshall 71
Dan Zangrilli chats with WVU Baseball head coach Randy Mazey about the abrupt ending to a promising 2020 baseball season. The skipper discusses what's next for the program, and how they're navigating the unprecedented times.