Re: ***OFFICIAL: Iowa State @ West Virginia Game(day) Thread***
Originally Posted by NCCisufan
I like the "east of the Mississippi River" comment. Other REALISTIC conference bragging rights attributable to West Virginia Coliseum include:
Toughest Big 12 place to play in the Eastern Time Zone.
Toughest Big 12 Arena in which to change a lightbulb (seriously, how high is that roof, a quarter-mile?)
Cheapest Student Tickets (they are the only Big 12 school who offers them for free)
Worst Dressed Coach in the Big 12...
In case you were wondering, there ARE actual pictures of Bob Huggins wearing a suit and tie, and I'm going to assume they haven't been doctored or altered. This raises a few questions. 1)Has traditional coaching attire always been optional in Morgantown and why is this so? 2)Are there any other prominent coaches who also don't dress "properly".
(ALSO, has anyone else noticed the pullover he's always wearing isn't even blue and gold? Its black, and what appears to be silver or white. I will say, given what we know about West Virgina, it seems to be a good fit and the perfect place to get away with it. But can't the pullover at least be team colors? I find Huggy-bear's black and white pullover equally peculiar and hilarious.)
I'm wondering if kuclone tried to peel that 'Big 12' sticker off the display to expose the 'Big East' underneath.
As far as attire goes, didn't George Raveling sometimes wear a warm up suit on the sidelines?
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