Coming off a disastrous year, following the West Virginia Mountaineers football team could be slightly difficult this season. After losing six games in 2012, things got worse when they lost three offensive studs to the NFL Draft. However, this is no reason WVU should not be on your televisions in 2013.
The Mountaineers have made more changes this offseason than they have since the Rich Rodriguez-Pat White era. With coaching departures and arrivals, player transfers and freshmen commitments, West Virginia could look entirely different when the season takes off on August 31.
Head coach Dana Holgorsen will have his most unproven roster since he arrived in Morgantown in 2011. While what happens on the field is still a mystery, there are plenty of other reasons the country should tune in to check out what West Virginia has to offer.
Here are the top 10 reasons why you should put the Mountaineers on your television screen this college football season.