Found August 03, 2013 on FatManWriting:
The college season is almost upon us. Teams are practicing, the preseason top 25 is out, everyone is talking about expectations and making predictions--it's a beautiful thing. As the season draws near players and coaches are going to find themselves constantly being bombarded by the press.  In the process they are sometimes going to say a few things that may come back to bite them on the behind down the line--like West Virginia Head Coach Dana Holgorsen. In a recent interview with the Charleston Daily Mail he made some comments in reference to smaller schools like how they hold big programs like his back and how they (the WVU's of the world) need to break away: “The major conferences breaking away from schools like East Carolina and Marshall, I think that’s got some legs to it, but whether it happens or if I’ll still be coaching when it does happen, I don’t know,” Holgorsen said. “I hope it happens because they’re the ones holding us back from being able...
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