WKU Football announced the hiring of two new football coaches on Wednesday. Head Coach Jeff Brohm met with the media along with Brian Brohm and Tony Levine to announce the two new hires on the coaching staff. For Brain Brohm this will be his first coaching gig. Brian concluded his playing career in January after he was cut by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the CFL. The youngest Brohm will be tasked with finding a replacement for two time Conference USA MVP Brandon Doughty as he will assume the Quarterbacks coach position. Levine who is a long time coach comes to join Jeff Brohms coaching staff after taking a year off from football in 2015. Levine was formerly the Head Coach of Houston, and before that spent time at Louisville with Brohm under Bobby Petrino...Read More
Following a home win on Thursday, and a loss for the University of Texas San Antonio on the road at Marshall, the stage was set for a battle for the number one spot in the Conference-USA standings.
The Lady Toppers boasted a 15 game home winning streak dating back to January of 2015. With the first half play WKU seemed on pace to keep the streak going, behind Tashia Brown’s 21 points in the first two quarters of play.
Despite the six point lead at halftime, that wasn’t enough cushion to keep the Lady Tops ahead for long. The Roadrunners gained their first lead of the day with 6:55 left in the third quarter, and the two teams were neck and neck the rest of the outing.
Turnovers late proved to be fatal, allowing UTEP to cushion themselves for prime position in the final minute of play...Read More
Coach Ray Harper and company took the two hour treck up I65 to Louisville Saturday morning to take on ACC foe Louisville in what would be the 8th consecutive matchup in between the two schools.
WKU would boast a line up the included, McNeal, Edmund, Lawson, Cosby, and Justin Johnson. The five would go up against a Cardinal team the started two players topping out at 6’10”. This critical size differential would prove to be a killer in the game for the Tops. Coach Rick Pitino from Louisville stated their team goal was to prevent the Tops from shooting threes. That being said, they followed coaches orders. It would take a three from Chris Harrison-Docks with just over six minutes to play in the game for WKU to record their first three of the game...Read More
Will Puckett and Caryn Eisert bring you their post game analysis from WKU’s 45-28 victory over Southern Mississippi in the Conference USA Championship Saturday.Read More