PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) – West Virginia’s A.D. Oliver Luck discusses Big East football, conferences realigning so quickly and how his football program is progressing with Dana Holgorsen at the helm.
Luck said he wants to direct most questions about Big East realignment to the commissioner. He did say, though, that the group the Big East is going after is a good group of football programs.
He continued to say the structure of college football needs to be changes. It should be more regionally based, and he said Pitt, Penn State, Temple and West Virginia should play every year in a league along with others — though he said that’s a fantasy and will never happen. He said the NFL model of divisions is a good example.
Luck said his responsibility is to WVU and not to any other entity. He also touches on the Big East holding Pitt and Syracuse to the 27-month withdrawl period.
Here’s everything Luck had to say: