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BREAKING: Inside the Jersey now available on Amazon Prime

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The moment we have all been waiting for at DubVNation is finally here! The first edition of the new documentary series “Inside the Jersey” is now available on Amazon Prime!

This initial documentary features former West Virginia University running back Eugene Napoleon, who played for the Mountaineers from 1987-89 and was a part of the undefeated 1988 team who made it to the national championship game.

In the 45 minute film, we reminisce on the glory days of Eugene’s career at West Virginia both on and off the field. We talk about the unbelievable run in 1988 along with what his recruitment process was like prior to him coming to Morgantown. Also featured in the film is our stop at WVU Children’s Hospital, Woodburn Hall, Kegler’s Sports Bar & Grill and The Book Exchange.

“My words cannot express how blessed and grateful I am. Success is about the completion of a task. It’s a big deal for myself and DubVNation to have the documentary on the Amazon Prime platform. I am grateful to God and extremely excited about it. I always want to make the state of West Virginia, our great University/football program and our tremendous fans proud!” -Eugene Napoleon

Special thanks to WVU Children’s Hospital, the WVU administration, Kegler’s, The Book Exchange, Cary Grant CEO of Premo Network, along with executive consultant Lathan Hodge and all other parties who helped make this possible!

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