West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck tells Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan’s Vinnie & Cook about his duties with the College Football Playoff selection committee.
One year after West Virginia’s move to the Big 12, Mountaineers athletic director Oliver Luck talks to Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan’s Troy Clardy.
West Virginia signed head football coach Dana Holgorsen to a six-year contract extension Wednesday.
On the day his Mountaineers officially join the Big 12, West Virginia University athletic director Oliver Luck chats with Troy Clardy on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck checks in with Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
Can you hear that laughter? It’s coming from Morgantown. That’s the sound of a giddy, Mountaineer nation having a good chuckle at the expense of its rival and soon to be former conference it was affiliated with for so long.
West Virginia University’s attempts to join the Big 12 in time for next season’s football schedule appear to have been successful.
West Virginia Athletic Director Oliver Luck joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller to talk about the Mountaineers trying to get out of the Big East, and what they’re trying to do in order to get into the Big 12 by 2012.
Can you really blame West Virginia for wanting out from under the Big East’s banner? Simply put, it’s under John Marinatto’s watch that the Big East has taken a turn for the worse.
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.
Oliver Luck with The FAN’s own Colin Dunlap
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — Rumors of a $600,000 buyout of West Virginia head football coach Bill Stewart are swirling and picking up speed.
West Virginia University athletic director Oliver Luck admits that there has been some drama surrounding the Mountaineer football program; but he told Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s Vinnie & Cook that he’s confident Dana Holgorsen will be able to do his job to the best of his ability.
When it comes to having a good time, Dana Holgorsen could probably write a book. But when you are a college football coach, having a reputation as a party animal doesn’t help.
It’s not the kind of early impression that future head coach Dana Holgorsen wanted to make at West Virginia.