Three Guys Before The Game – Meg Bulger Visits (Episode 373)

Meg Bulger can’t find her knee brace.  (That’s ok)

That means she doesn’t play basketball anymore, but she’s still heavily involved in the game she loves.

The West Virginia University Hall of Fame member is now coaching middle school players and having the time of her life.  And, to no surprise, her young daughter is showing signs that she’s on track to become yet another Bulger athletic success story.

In this episode, Bulger reflects on her record-setting career.  She shares her biggest regret and looks optimistically to the future for WVU women’s basketball.

The “Guys” finish the show answering listener questions and comments.

Join them on Monday for another interview in their summer special series.

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