The Mountaineers travel to Norman, Oklahoma to take on the Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday Oct. 19. Hosts Nick Farrell, Anjelica Trinone, Tony Caridi and Dale “Wolfman” Wolfley bring you the latest on the Mountaineers leading up to kickoff at noon ET.
Tony and Coach Brown take a look back at the tough loss in week seven against Iowa State in this week’s Encova Insurance Coaches Corner. Coach Brown touches on Jack Allison stepping in for Austin Kendall as quarterback after Kendall came out of the game with an injury. Coach Brown and Tony also discuss the young talent on the Mountaineer roster that has stepped up, including Tykee Smith with his pick six.
Nick and Anjelica give you their analysis on the Mountaineer team in this week’s ‘Eer to ‘Eer. Dale “Wolfman” Wolfley joins the program to give you his Jacqueline’s Fine Jewelry Play of the Week:
Anjelica gives you a recap of the highs and the lows on the game against Iowa State. Nick and Anjelica will also give you their keys to the upcoming game against Oklahoma sponsored by Astorg Auto of Charleston:
Wolfman welcomes you back into the Wolf’s Den to break down footage from the game against Iowa State:
Cornerback Keith Washington is currently second in the Big 12 in interceptions. In this week’s Life as a Mountaineer provided by WVU Athletics, we take a look at how Keith Washington landed at WVU, and how he’s become a key player for the Mountaineer defense:
Nick brings you around the Big 12 to take a look at other Big 12 Conference matchups in week eight:
Nick and Anjelica bring you their final word for their final word for the program sponsored by Lester Raines Honda. Nick will also look ahead of the Mountaineers’ schedule remaining in October and early November in the Central Van & Storage Moving Ahead Schedule:
Tony and Coach Brown discuss going up against a fifth ranked Oklahoma team. Oklahoma’s team is led by quarterback Jalen Hurts who is currently leading the Big 12 Conference in total offense. Coach Brown discusses the run game on the Oklahoma offense, and how he feels good about the plan in place for the Mountaineers. Brown also touches on how Oklahoma is more of a national title contender this year than the past three years. All this and more in the second segment of the Coaches Corner, sponsored by Encova Insurance: