You are here
Home > Posts tagged "oliver luck"

OT: Longhorns Again Eye Luck

Fallback Image

Those connected to the University of Texas were not surprised to learn that Longhorns athletic director Steve Patterson had been relieved of his duties after just 22 months on the job. Patterson was hired to replace long time UT AD Deloss Dodds in December of 2013 and was selected over then

Did Luck Nix Attempts At Renewing Brawl?

Current West Virginia University athletic director, Shane Lyons,  announced last week that WVU had finalized a deal with the University of Pittsburgh to renew the Backyard Brawl. The four game series will start in 2022 in Pittsburgh and continue until 2025. While there have been rumors surrounding the renewal of the

Oliver Luck Endorses College Playoff

Former West Virginia University athletic director Oliver Luck is in the early stages of his new job with the NCAA. Luck resigned from his post back on December 17, and will serve as the executive vice president of the NCAA. Luck will be under NCAA president Mark Emmert. “It has been a

Shane Lyons To Be Named Next Athletic Director at WVU has confirmed that Alabama Deputy Director of Athletics Shane Lyons will accept the position of Athletic Director at West Virginia University. An official announcement should come Monday. Lyons' name was immediately added to the short list when it was announced that Oliver Luck would be leaving WVU on January 15th

WVU AD Search Ventures Into SEC Country

With WVU President Gordon Gee stating that he hopes to have a replacement for departing athletic director Oliver Luck by early January, he is officially on the clock. And it seems the search has reached into SEC country. All indications are that Alabama deputy athletic director Shane Lyons is the

Aggies and Mountaineers Making Return Trips to Bowl

Fallback Image

Two of the top offensive teams in the country, the Texas A&M Aggies and the West Virginia Mountaineers, will meet in the 56th AutoZone Liberty Bowl on December 29, 2014 at 1 p.m. (CST). The game will be televised by ESPN. Texas A&M will be making its second appearance in the

Oliver Luck Letter to Mountaineer Nation

Fallback Image

Mountaineer Fans: I want to take this opportunity to thank Mountaineer Nation for the incredible interest and support you have shown my family and me these last four and a half years that I have served as your athletic director. My wife, Kathy, and I have enjoyed every minute of our time

Skip to toolbar