Three Guys Before The Game is the most listened to podcast covering West Virginia University football and basketball. Tony Caridi, Brad Howe and Hoppy Kercheval talk all things Mountaineers.
Bulldogs and Cyclones with Tony Caridi, Brad Howe and Hoppy Kercheval
A double episode of Three Guys reviews the Mountaineer basketball game against Gonzaga and previews Saturday's football clash with Iowa State.
Brad Howe, Hoppy Kercheval and Tony Caridi perform a post-game analysis of WVU's attempt to knock off the top-rated Zags. Are WVU's errors correctable or will they linger?
In football, what will it take to calm the Cyclones? Can the Mountaineers handle Iowa State's unique offensive attack? Will the unexpected layoff leave WVU fresh or rusty?
Answer to those questions along with listener texts, Tweets and calls come your way on the 249th episode of Three Guys Before The Game.
Zags-Clones Preview with Tony Caridi, Brad Howe and Hoppy Kercheval
It's a basketball-football episode as the "Guys" look ahead to Wednesday's date with top-rated Gonzaga and Saturday's gridiron meeting with Iowa State.
Are the Mountaineers ready for number one? The Zags have been dominant in their first two games, but WVU's inside presence of Derek Culver and Oscar Tshiebew should provide an intriguing matchup.
Will the Cyclones suffer any let down against WVU on Saturday? Iowa State has already clinched a spot in the Big 12 title game. Can WVU catch them napping?
Those topics, plus listener questions and calls on the 248th episode of Three Guys Before The Game.
They'll return Thursday with a recap of WVU and Gonzaga and a complete preview of Saturday's football game.
Mower Champions with Tony Caridi, Brad Howe and Hoppy Kercheval
Mission accomplished for the Mountaineer basketball team.
WVU returns from South Dakota with the championship trophy from the Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic.
The Mountaineers had to rally from 10 points down in the second half to secure the win. On this episode, the "Guys" give their take on the good and bad with WVU through its first three games.
They also answer listener questions and calls.
Join them Monday when they return with an early look at a week that includes a basketball game with top-rated Gonzaga and a football game against Big 12 champion Iowa State.
WVU Basketball Preview with Tony Caridi, Brad Howe and Hoppy Kercheval
If the analytics are correct get ready for a memorable WVU basketball season.
On this episode, Brad Howe explains why WVU is one of eight teams nationally that meet the criteria for a Final Four appearance. The computer likes the Mountaineers, but what other areas must improve for prediction to become reality?
The "Guys" answer listener questions and calls on WVU basketball and football.
The crew returns Friday with their Oklahoma football preview and update on the Bad Boys Mowers Crossover Classic.
Resting Comfortably with Tony Caridi, Brad Howe and Hoppy Kercheval
The name of the episode is Resting Comfortably, however the "Guys" don't do much resting on the show.
Emotions elevate when the topic turns to expectations for the upcoming basketball season. Brad and Hoppy chastise Tony for taking a pragmatic approach.
Hoppy wonders if the Mountaineers should make the trip to South Dakota due to the alarming COVID numbers in the state.
The crew also discusses Saturday's battle between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State from a Mountaineer perspective.
Listener questions and calls complete the show.
Squashed Frogs - TCU Recap with Tony Caridi, Brad Howe and Hoppy Kercheval
The Mountaineer football team hopped into a much-needed bye week with a resounding victory over the Horned Frogs of TCU.
Why was WVU so efficient in its dissection of the visitors from Fort Worth? Should the Senator now be called Nostra-Howis? How can WVU parlay their last performance into its last two games of the regular season?
Those are just a few of the questions discussed on an episode that also features listener texts and phone calls.
The "Guys" return Thursday with a combo show covering both football and basketball. Bob Huggins' team will open its regular season schedule next week.