West Virginia University (WVU) could be losing another coach to Troy University, according to a recent report from Matt Zenitz of 247 Sports. The report suggests that WVU’s passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Sean Reagan, is expected to join Troy as their new offensive coordinator. This would make Reagan the second WVU coach to join Troy, as Gerad Parker, the new head coach at Troy, has already hired former WVU safeties coach Dontae Wright as his defensive coordinator.
Parker’s decision to hire coaches from WVU doesn’t come as a surprise, as he has a relationship with several coaches on Neal Brown’s staff from his previous time in Morgantown. Parker himself served as the offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach at WVU during the 2020 season before moving on to Notre Dame and eventually landing the head coaching job at Troy.
Reagan has a long history with the Troy program, having worked in various capacities there from 2011 to 2018 before joining WVU. In fact, Reagan started his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Troy in 2008.
These recent hires are just a part of the ongoing changes within the WVU football program. The team has been actively recruiting new players and recently secured commitments from several recruits for the 2024 class. The coaching staff has been putting in significant effort in recruiting, and their hard work seems to be paying off.
One recruit who has caught the attention of WVU fans is Beanie Bishop, a talented wide receiver, and Doug Nester, an offensive lineman. Both players feel motivated by the doubts surrounding the team in 2023 and have a chip on their shoulder to prove themselves. Another standout player is Zach Frazier, who is recovering impressively from an injury and has become a top center in the upcoming draft.
In addition to these developments, WVU basketball recently suffered a loss to Oklahoma State, disappointing many fans. The team’s postgame reaction and the disappointment expressed by WVU fans on Twitter has been widely discussed. However, the team is determined to bounce back from this defeat and continue their pursuit of success.
Overall, the WVU athletic department has seen various changes and developments across different sports. However, one thing remains constant: the dedication and resilience of the athletes and coaches who continue to strive for excellence.