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.
Three Guys Before The Game - WVU Football Camp Confidential (Episode 392)
It's separation time for the WVU football team. With the opening game quickly approaching, the time has arrived for coaches to make personnel decisions. Who plays and who doesn't?
Those decisions will be made in large part by scrimmages taking place over the next week.
In this episode, Hoppy and Tony share camp news, hear from three Mountaineer players, and respond to listener texts and comments.
They also reveal the name of the most important member in America. (You'll love to know the answer)
Join the "Guys" Monday for a scrimmage update and some unboxing of gifts.
Three Guys Before The Game - WVU Football - Talking Pitt with Pat Bostick (Episode 391)
You can’t have a Backyard Brawl without another team. So what’s going on with Pitt football?
That’s the question Hoppy and Tony posed to Pat Bostick. Do you remember Pat? He currently serves as lead fundraiser for the Panthers athletic department and color analyst on the Pitt radio network.
Oh yeah. He also quarterbacked Pitt to its infamous 13-9 upset victory over WVU in 2007.
In this episode, Pat gives his take on the Panthers and expectations for the coming season.
The “Guys” also answer listener texts and questions.
Three Guys Before The Game - WVU Football Camp Opens, Neal Speaks, TBT Recap (Episode 390)
The off-season is officially over.
The WVU football team has started practice with its opening game now 31 days away.
In this episode, Hoppy and Tony share Neal Brown's opening press conference comments and sprinkle some preseason nuggets and diet tips. (Who knew about intermittent fasting?)
The "Guys" also recap TBT and answer listener questions and comments.
Three Guys Before The Game - Teyvon Myers Visits (Episode 389)
The "Guys" have made it out of the studio in Morgantown. (Finally)
It's a special episode originating from Charleston with Brad, Tony and former WVU basketball player Teyvon Myers.
The crew discuss the ongoing TBT event and Myers' professional career which is flourising.
It's a fun and entertaining episode from the capitol city.
Three Guys Before The Game - West Virginia football: Pat White Visits (Episode 388)
Pat White has found his happy place.
It's been 14 years since the kid from Alabama took a sledgehammer to the college football record book. His combination of blazing speed and elite competitiveness led the Mountaineers to 42 wins in four seasons.
Along the way he became the first quarterback to ever start and win four consecutive bowl games and ended his career as the nation's all-time leader in rushing yards by a quarterback.
White is still involved in the game he loves. As quarterback coach and passing game coordinator at Campbell College, White shares football knowledge and life advice to his players. It's a role he loves.
On this episode, White reflects on his career from his days in youth football to his current role. He also shares a Hoppy Kercheval story that truly stunned Hoppy.
Three Guys Before The Game - ProFootball Talk's Mike Florio Visits (Episode 387)
His life was changed by a swift kick in his butt.
It happened in middle school and Mike Florio admits it made him a different person.
Today, the Wheeling native is among the most influential media members who cover the National Football League. From the 10-million monthly visitors to his website (www.ProFootballTalk.com) to the viewers who watch him daily, Florio's voice has become synonymous with the NFL.
In this episode, Mike shares his thoughts on topics ranging from the game's future to how he unintentionally became a self-made media company.
It's an entertaining and informative visit with the man behind PFT.
Wonderfully entertaining podcast on all things WVU sports. I listen religiously to every episode and wouldn’t think of missing a single one. Bravo Three Guys!
This show is full of good information and the guest are outstanding.
DonnyGroves and I agree…
The Reed Williams interview on episode 374 is the best former player interview yet. He needs to be on the show more often.