A few weeks ago following a letdown at home against UCLA, Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini came under heavy scrutiny for losing control of the team during the game yet again. Well, probably the most heralded Cornhusker legend of all-time, Tommie Frazier, voiced his displeasure with the majority of the coaching staff, which then prompted Pelini to speak the infamous words of, “we don’t need him” when the media asked him to respond to the comments.
It’s commonplace a lot of times, especially in today’s social media-driven world for alumni of a certain school to voice their concerns over the current state of their respective programs, if the state of that program seems to be in a downturn.
As it seems to be the case recently with West Virginia.
Already struggling this season, aside from the upset win over Oklahoma State last week, a lot of people are beginning to question whether or not Mountaineers’ coach Dana Holgorsen is the offensive genius he was made out to be. With the heavy losses on offense from last year, WVU just can’t seem to click.
Tonight, on the road against Baylor, things certainly don’t seem to be looking any better whatsoever. In the first half alone, the Bears put up 56 points and over 600 yards of total offense on West Virginia. Currently, the score is 66-28 in favor of the guys from Waco, TX.
Similar to what happened with Frazier and Pelini, probably the greatest quarterback in WVU history, four-time bowl winner Pat White, had some words about the current coach, and what exactly should be done to rectify everything:
— Pat White (@P5White) October 6, 2013
It seems as if Pat would like Athletic Director Oliver Luck to fire Holgo in the airport parking lot after the game.