Best of 7, Podcast, Sports

Episode 6 – COVID-19 can’t stop us!

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Welcome to another episode of Best of 7, the sports podcast from The Dominion Post in Morgantown, West Virginia.

This week Andrew and Sean are home staying away from COVID-19 to bring you your updated dose of West Virginia sports. This time around the guys talk about West Virginia’s offensive line, the Morgantown football team’s freshly released 2020 schedule and the expectation that WVU forwards Derek Culver and Oscar Tshiebwe are returning this upcoming season.

All this and more in Episode 6!

Follow the links below to read the original reporting discussed in this week’s episode.

Sean Biser meets with the media as he was announced as the new Morgantown High football coach. (William Wotring/The Dominion Post)

Morgantown releases 2020 football schedule

West Virginia forwards Derek Culver (left) and Oscar Tshiebwe have not made anything official as to their status for the 2020 NBA Draft, according to WVU head coach Bob Huggins. (William Wotring/The Dominion Post)

Huggins: Too soon to make an official call on 2020 draft for Culver, Tshiebwe

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