What I think West Virginia should do now

Usually in this column I would break down a few different things I saw when I watched the match; Things I’ve seen both during the match and during the rematch, but I don’t think you care and I don’t have the energy or desire to try to find silver points yet West Virginia Mountaineers Need a motor at the last second just to force the extra time to Kansas Jayhawks And then he had a pick of six (again!) that sealed the fate of the good guys.

West Virginia is at 0-2 for the first time since 1979 when head coach Frank Cignetti and unfortunately Cignetti and Brown have been brought up more and more over the past four years. In 1979, the mountaineers lost their first three matches to Temple and Syracuse and 19th place North Carolina. They were recovering with a 4-game winning streak when they beat Richmond, Kentucky, Boston College and Tulane. The Mountaineers will lose three out of the next four with a win against them Virginia Tech The only win. The team would finish 5-6 that year and that was the end of Cignetti.

Three years and two games later, West Virginia is 17-20 under head coach Neil Brown and currently staring at the schedule, it’s hard to say if we can win at least six games to get to a ball game.

I don’t think Brown will be fired this week. I’ve said all along that Shane Lyons has every reason to give Brown every reason to succeed, in part because Lyons granted Brown a contract extension two years ago and needs justification for the acquisition and contract. Currently, Neil Brown’s contract is signed until 2026. The way the acquisition is structured requires that the Mountaineers pay 100% of the remaining contract if Brown is abandoned before December 31, 2023, which is why I always thought Brown would be here until 2023 on the least. Once in 2024, the acquisition is reduced to 85% of the remaining acquisition.

Neil Brown purchases per year

year salary Buy
year salary Buy
2022 3,500,000 dollars 20,000,000 dollars
2023 4,000,000 dollars $16,700,000
2024 4,100,000 dollars $12,700,000
2025 4,200,000 dollars $7,310,000
2026 $4,400,000 $3,740,000

The case of the acquisition of Neil Brown

Jake Lantz

The numbers are in black and white. The school is looking at needing to raise $20 million just to get rid of Brown this year. They would need another 3-4 million just to buy the coaching staff. $25 million is a lot to ask of any school and a lot to ask in West Virginia, but as someone who works on contracts once told me, “Schools never write a contract they can’t get out of” meaning if Leon has to get On getting rid of Brown, he has a method. It may be painful for him and his donors, but it can be done.

However, the cost of the acquisition is why I believe Brown is here until at least January 1, 2023. If I was running the show, I’d start doing an internship search together, but I’d give the employees a chance to turn the situation around. It’s only two games. There is still a chance for this team to win six of their next 10 matches and make a match with the ball. If they could, would it show the progress necessary to maintain the coach?

Yesterday’s loss for me was Colorado’s under Bill Stewart. It was the same feeling, the same idea, the same feeling and probably the same result. I remember the Colorado game. Do you know how I remember the Colorado game? Every year my Facebook memories pop up with the phrase “That’s it, I’m officially done Stewart and until we remove this guy I can’t watch him.” That was emotional for me. This was me last night.

So what do we do? I think you have to see if Brown can correct the ship’s position. Give him the chance to pass through Texas. Why Texas? Because there is a two-week gap between Texas and Baylor. Why Texas? It also enhances your decision. If Brown can turn it around, you can probably swallow your pride and let the season play – which I think will happen. If Brown’s team collapses, you could say you didn’t overreact to a single loss. Despite what you and I and others fans You may feel, Lyons’ job isn’t overreacting. But! He is responding to the situations presented and he must respond.

So I would give Brown a pass through Texas to either reinforce the decision to let him go or see if he has the power to flip this ship and get it back on board. I’m going to make this the last season Brown takes charge. In the end, he’s 17-20 over three seasons and two games. Lost to Kansas. His teams failed to improve all season. His teams are undisciplined, which is the big complaint of the former coaching staff. He has been included by the teams that performed the coach’s replacement after he was appointed.

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