So, this is Post #400 for those of you keeping count at home. I don’t need to, WordPress does that for me.
Boy, what a ride it has been since April of 2010! And, we will continue to invite you on this ride… but, there’s no room for fairweather fans. This is a site strictly for the die-hard, informed WVU fan. After the jump are the first volume of hits, which will be many “firsts.” Remember your first time? Actually, let’s not go there…
GREATEST HIT #1: The First Ever Entry at HailWV.com
This is what got the site started… my sample sent in to Fansided to get this site up and running.
GREATEST HIT #2: The First Football Article
Our very first article regarding football… boy, isn’t it a cute one?
GREATEST HIT #3: First Rich Rodriguez Article
He’s still a douche, and no, I don’t want him back. He can go to Clempsum for all I care and get killed by Steve Spurrier & South Carolina every year.
GREATEST HIT #4: First entry regarding Conference Realignment
Here we are, one year later, talking about it again because Texas A&M thought they and the SEC were gettin’ hitched!
GREATEST HIT #5: WVU searches for Athletic Director
I think that worked out pretty well, don’t you think?
GREATEST HIT #6: Da’Sean Butler on ESPN’s Outside the Lines
Loved watching this segment. Now, I’m very happy that Butler is a San Antonio Spur!
GREATEST HIT #7: WVU names Oliver Luck the new Athletic Director
Man, what impact he’d have in Year 1.
GREATEST HIT #8: First article bashing Marshall
Well, the first of many.
GREATEST HIT #9: Interview with Dorrell Jalloh
Man, what an awesome interview. Great guy, very gracious to give us our first interview, and actually beat Michael Vick on Pros vs. Joes. I still cannot thank Mr. Jalloh enough for taking time out of his busy day to interview with us.
GREATEST HIT #10: First ever FJM-style entry starring King Mike Garrison
I couldn’t resist doing this on a fan level, as well as a personal level.
And, that’s it for our first compilation of Greatest Hits. Next compilation will feature the 2010 Football Season’s greatest hits! Thanks for reading.