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.
There are new details on a proposal to let West Virginia University sell beer at Mountaineer football games. WVU Athletic Director Oliver Luck thinks the change will help stop alcohol abuse in parking lots and improve fan behavior. The idea is now up for public comment on the Board of Governors’ website.
I didn’t believe we had an opportunity to win a national championship with the direction of the program.
I once thought soap operas were only relegated to television. Add the seedy world of college athletics to that list.
West Virginia University Mountaineers athletic director Oliver Luck joined 93-7 The Fan’s Troy Clardy on Thursday morning to discuss several topics. He admitted that he’s slightly concerned about the future of Big East football. Luck […]