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Episode 36 – The WVU Scaries

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Welcome to Episode 36 of Best of 7, the weekly sports podcast from The Dominion Post.

It’s another week full of football recaps, previews and analysis. Sean and Andrew start by begrudgingly reliving the WVU-Texas Tech game from Saturday while thinking ahead to a home showdown against No. 16 Kansas State. The two then break into prep football and the upcoming Mohawk Bowl, Morgantown’s crosstown rivalry game that’s been one-sided in recent years, before ending with their takes on what WVU should be scared about heading into their Halloween game against the Wildcats.

Kansas State true freshman quarterback Will Howard throws a pass against TCU (AP photo).

Neal Brown likes what he’s seen from Kansas State true freshman QB Will Howard

West Virginia Mountaineers wide receiver Sam James (13) catches a pass for a touchdown against Eastern Kentucky Colonels during an NCAA football game on Saturday, September. 12, 2020, in Morgantown, West Virginia.

COLUMN: Drops a major problem not only for Sam James but entire WVU receiving corps

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“Directionless” by Otis Galloway ()
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