West Virginia’s football team ended its most improbable season with a bowl victory on the last day of a year that no one will forget.
The Mountaineers erasing an 11-point second-half deficit was a major accomplishment, but to do that with quarterback Austin Kendall who had not appeared in a game in 110 days, will go down as one of the all-time memories in Mountaineer bowl history.
Kendall successfully led two touchdown drives while WVU’s defense held Army’s vaunted running game to 100-yards below its season average.
On this episode the “Guys” dissect a rainy night in Memphis and what it means to the WVU program now and in the future.
Join the crew again on Tuesday for a recap of the Mountaineer basketball team’s two-game road trip to Oklahoma and the latest on the departure of Oscar Tshiebwe.
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