Fast 5’s and other player interviews.
This past week the Mountaineer legend took time out of his busy schedule to discuss the current state of the WVU football program, the return of Bruce Tall to the coaching staff, and his current job as an assistant coach at Bucknell.
WVU is meaningful to each of us in some fashion. Individually, we all have a personal story or connection with the Gold ‘n Blue whether we attended the school or are just fans. And on this day, we invited our readers and players of the past–including Pat White and Rasheed Marshall) to share their personal story of why they are thankful for WVU.
Rasheed Marshall, Larry Ford and Glenn Gress give us their thoughts on the current Mountaineer squad going into the clash against TCU.
We caught up once again with former Mountaineer QB Rasheed Marshall to get his thoughts on the Kansas win this past weekend and look ahead to WVU’s upcoming schedule.
As the 2014 MLS Regular Season nears an end, the Philadelphia Union defender filled us in on his current happenings, both on and off the pitch.
On July 31st, in the middle of his first season with the Edmonton Eskimos, Pat White began working on a possible post-playing career in broadcasting with the debut of the appropriately named Pat White Podcast on Stitcher Radio. However, he is not alone in this venture.
The 24 year old MLS defender took time out of his busy schedule to discuss his professional soccer career, and his various off field projects.
Scooter Berry’s 2013 season with the Montreal Alouettes consisted of five games before suffering a torn ACL and LCL against the Edmonton Eskimos. Now he is close to full health, and itches to get back on the field.
Doug Rigg was an outstanding linebacker for the Mountaineers who now has his eyes set on the NFL. We talk to him about his career at WVU and his experience during the NFL Draft process.
For Mary Ann Samyn, a creative writing professor at WVU, awards have become almost a normal occurrence. She’s authored five full length books of poetry, three of which she’s published during her time here at WVU, and two chap-books. Her most recent book, My Life in Heaven received the 2012 FIELD Poetry Prize. Her poems have appeared in publications all over the country and she’s received countless awards for her teaching skills in the classroom. Her next feat will be to become the director of the program in the fall of 2013.
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