Coach Brown, Josh Growden and more: Here’s everything you missed in the new episode of The Neal Brown Show

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The Mountaineers are on another bye week before facing the Baylor Bears on Halloween night. Hosts Nick Farrell, Anjelica Trinone, Tony Caridi and Dale “Wolfman” Wolfley bring you the latest on the Mountaineers before kickoff on Thursday Oct. 31 at 8 p.m. ET. 

In this first Coaches Corner segment, Tony and Coach Brown look back at the tough loss against fifth ranked opponent Oklahoma. Coach Brown discusses the status of some injured Mountaineers including, CB Keith Washington and LB Josh Chandler. Brown also touches on Austin Kendall’s performance against Kendall’s former team. All this and more in first Coaches Corner segment, sponsored by Encova Insurance:

Nick and Anjelica sit down in the studio to give you their takes on this current 3-4 Mountaineer team. They will also discuss the loss in week eight against Oklahoma. Dale Wolfley joins the program to bring you the Jacqueline’s Fine Jewelry ‘Play of the Week”:

Anjelica gives a recap of the loss against Oklahoma. Nick and Anjelica will also give you their keys for the bye week, sponsored by Astorg Auto of Charleston:

Dale “Wolfman” Wolfley welcomes you back with a trip inside the Wolf’s Den. This week Wolfman will be breaking down film from the Oklahoma game:

Punter Josh Growden joins the program to talk about how he made his way to WVU. The Australian native transferred from LSU back in the summer to West Virginia. Growden will discuss playing footy “down under” and his take on Australian food vs. American food:

Nick will give a look at other Big 12 Conference matchups and standings in week nine, and a look at WVU’s 2020 football schedule in this week’s Around the Big 12:

Anjelica and Nick will join you for the last time of the program to give you their final word, sponsored by Lester Raines Honda. Nick will also give you a look at the Mountaineer’s schedule for the remainder of October through mid-November in the Central Van & Storage Moving Ahead Schedule:

In the second Coaches Corner segment, Coach Brown and Tony discuss the reset of the team for the rest of the season, the term “freshman” no longer is used in the program and the expectations for the young team. Brown also discusses the “memory or the legacy” seniors will leave on the program under Brown’s first year as head coach. Brown and Tony will also talk a little about recruiting during the bye week. All this and more in the second Coaches Corner segment, sponsored by Encova Insurance:

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