West Virginia upgrades from Dana Holgerson to Neal Brown

Reports West Virginia set to hire Troy’s Neal Brown

Reports West Virginia set to hire Troy’s Neal Brown

Leaving the great State of West Virginia is hard.

The move comes only two days after former Mountaineers coach Dana Holgorsen was officially hired by the University of Houston.

Brown and West Virginia are finalizing the details on what would be a six-year deal to lead the Mountaineers, according to a published report by Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports citing sources. When Brown took over in 2015, the Trojans were coming off three losing seasons in four years. The Trojans went 10-3 this season, ending with a 43-32 win over Buffalo in the Dollar General Bowl. Troy tied for the Sun Belt Conference championship in 2017 and went 7-1 in the league in 2018, with the lone loss coming to champion Appalachian State.

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One of Brown's major accomplishments at Troy was his success against Power 5 teams. He made national headlines that year when Troy stunned No. 22 LSU 24-21 in a night game at Baton Rouge. But West Virginia surely had some idea Holgorsen would look to leave, as his buyout dropped a lot at the dawn of the new year, and the move to hire Brown may have been on its way to being ordained before (perhaps well before) Holgorsen's departure was official.

Brown's Troy teams developed a reputation as giant-killers.

Before becoming head coach at Troy, Brown served as offensive coordinator at Kentucky (2013-14), Texas Tech (2010-12) and Troy (2008-09).

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