This time of year we have to get creative with our content. For example: Will Grier comes into 2018 clean cut and reflects on his luscious mane of 2017.
Make no mistake about it: Will Grier’s hairstyle was a massive hit among female Mountaineer fans. Despite this, Grier seems like he’s experiencing a little regret when it comes to when he grew his hair out.
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And now for something of very little news value, WVU QB Will Grier on his streamlined haircut: pic.twitter.com/iHFnsgxkHD
— Joe Brocato (@joebrowdtv) March 27, 2018
“You know I did the long hair thing,” Grier said. “It’s, uh, I don’t even know why I did it. I just didn’t get a haircut for a while. I didn’t really like the way it looked, to be honest. I got tired of it, and I think it was just time for a change.”
This time of year, without a whole lot going on, we have to write stories about things like Will Grier’s hair. Whether his hair is long or short, Will Grier is one of the top returning quarterbacks in the nation coming back. On top of that he has an embarrassment of riches on the outside with David Sills V, Gary Jennings Jr., Marcus Simms and incoming Alabama transfer TJ Simmons. There are massive expectations for the Mountaineer offense and Will Grier is the key cog in that. If you remember the end of the 2017 season, that shows just how much Grier means to this offense.
West Virginia has a tough schedule in 2018 where they take on multiple Power 5 non-conference opponents. The season kicks off in Charlotte against Tennessee. This is a great opportunity for Mountaineer fans to gather at a neutral site and make it feel like a home game. This could be a challenge as Tennessee Vols fans travel very well.