This weekend is shaping up to be one of the biggest of the year for Mountaineer fans, and you can kick it all off with the WVU Coaches Show!
On the diamond, the Mountaineers are on a roll with four consecutive series wins — three of which were against ranked opponents. Last weekend saw the Mountaineers taking two wins from the Kansas Jayhawks. Alek Manoah has been on fire on the mound, twice already receiving national honors for his work on the mound. We’ll recap that series against Kansas and give an update on the team’s standing.
While they haven’t played a game in months, this has shaped up to be a huge weekend for some WVU football stars with the NFL Draft underway. While the first round has passed and all WVU alumni are still on the board, there still is a chance that this year could be historic for Mountaineers heading to the pros. Dale “Wolfman” Wolfley will talk you through who might go to the next level, and when that might happen.
Finally, West Virginia Illustrated’s own Anjelica Trinone sits down with WVU baseball skipper Randy Mazey to get his thoughts on his team’s season so far. Between Manoah’s lights-out performances on the pitcher’s mound to the team’s overall success, you don’t want to miss what Mazey has to say about this year’s team!
This new edition of the WVU Coaches Show debuts Friday at 5 p.m. on AT&T SportsNet, and then airs again Saturday morning on the following stations in West Virginia:
- WBOY (Channel 12 — Clarksburg)
- WOWK (Channel 13 — Charleston/Huntington)
- WTRF (Channel 7 — Wheeling/Steubenville)
- WVNS (Channel 59 — Beckley/Bluefield)
Check your local listings for more details on how to watch the WVU Coaches Show!