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HBS on U92: Does WVU Football Have a Ceiling?

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As part of a special edition of the Howitzer and Buzz-saw Show on the airwaves of U92 or WWVU-FM, Mike Asti and George Gerbo go at it like only they can.

The show opens with a debate about the state of the West Virginia football program. Mike, who now covers the Mountaineers professinally, and fellow alum George, offer what type of expectations they feel should exist for WVU.

After talking college football, they pivot to discuss concussions in football, in partucular the Dolphins handling of Tua Tagovailoa.

The final segment includes putting the season’s of both Aaron Judge and Shohei Ohtani into the proper perspective.

Disclaimer: Before they embarked on professional careers in media, Mike Asti and George Gerbo worked at U92 or WWVU-FM, which is the college radio station at West Virginia University. The hosts of the Howitzer and Buzz-saw Show podcast reunited on the U92 airwaves as part of the station’s 40th anniversary celebration.

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Mike Asti is an experienced media personality and journalist with a vast résumé and skillset, most notably with TribLIVE Radio, WPXI and 93.7 The Fan. Asti now serves as the Managing Editor of WV Sports Now, manages and serves as the lead host for Pittsburgh Sports Live and contributes to Steelers Now, Pittsburgh Sports Now and Nittany Sports Now. He also contributes to West Virginia's Metro News among other outlets.

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