Oct 7, 2012; Charlotte, NC, USA; Seattle Seahawks defensive end Bruce Irvin (51) reacts during the first half at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Bruce Irvin Is a Vocal Supporter of West Virginia Football

Thousands of men have worn the old gold and blue for the West Virginia Mountaineers football team, but few have made it a point to be a huge proponent of the school that gave them great opportunities.

Alumni like Major Harris, Anthony Becht, Pat White, and many other are proud alumni that are not shy to share their love of WVU and Morgantown. Recent Mountaineer alumnus Bruce Irvin is one of the more vocal Mountaineers of the recent alumni.

Irvin, who spent only two seasons in Morgantown, has been more vocal than many of his four year counterparts. A simple perusing of twitter reveals Irvin’s passion for the Mountaineers.

Bruce’s dedication to keeping the Mountaineers at heart, especially in the twitterverse, shows his dedication to the program that gave the talented former JUCO player from Stone Mountain, GA the chance to play at the highest level of college football. Irvin’s dedication to the football program has not been lost on other great Mountaineers as former great offensive lineman Dale Wolfley acknowledged:

For Mountaineers fans who would love another opportunity to see Bruce Irvin in the old gold and blue, look for him to be on campus for the Gold-Blue Spring Game, Saturday April 20.

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