Led by Rodriguez, West Virginia’s on verge of greatness

By Marc Hudgens  |   Wednesday, August 08, 2007  |  Comments( 3 )

West Virginia Mountaineers
Without a doubt, West Virginia's Rich Rodriguez is a modern-day elite coach and one of the best minds in all of college football. What he's accomplished in Morgantown is astounding, and Mountaineer fans can legitimately brag about what the program has done and where it's going. Since he came to West Virginia in 2001, Rodriguez's records are:...
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jerry a marullo
08:38 PM
Amen!Not to state the obvious,but Rich is the man!I'm a Clemson fan so I know this 1st hand.As a matter of fact,we should have hired him instead of that sissy Bowden that was just riding Rich's coattails at Tulane.
Bill Ellison
08:19 AM
Nice article, but I disagree with you when you say Texas has a harder schedule this fall. The Big East as a conference played at a higher level than the Big 12 last year, and there's no reason to think that this year will be any different. The OOC schedule Texas has this fall is laughable. They play every tough in-conference game at home, with the exception of Oklahoma, which is on a neutral site every year.
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07:44 PM
I am in total agreement. 782065676
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