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Mountaineer Football Coaches host First Daddy-Daughter Dance

Morgantown, W.VA – Over the weekend, the West Virginia football coaches took a break from their roles as coaches and put the focus on an even tougher job: fathers to girls of all ages. The coaches got their daughters, of varying ages, together for a Daddy-Daughter dance. 

A daddy-daughter dance has long been a tradition in many schools and communities for years and this past weekend the dance showed what head coach Neal Brown’s football program at West Virginia is based on. 


The concept of a daddy-daughter dance is one of relationship building between fathers and daughters. Friday night’s dance in Morgantown showed that West Virginia’s coaches are family-first on and off the field. The coaches that spend countless hours throughout the season coaching their players that West Virginia football is a family, led by example Friday and showed how much a family the coaching staff is. And let’s be real, the photos were pretty cute too. 

The West Virginia football team is likely eager to get into spring football, with the Gold-Blue spring game set to take place on April 24, 2021. 

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