2014 BCS National Championship Odds West Virginia Mountaineers


About 6 Months ago, Chavas Rawlins was a new enrollee with the West Virginia Mountaineers. Now is the previous month, Rawlins didn’t play a single snap in the Mountaineers’ spring game. And now, Rawlins wants out and now was transfer.

West Virginia MountaineersSince Rawlins enrolled, the Mountaineers have added Florida State transfer Clint Trickett and received a 2014 commitment from four-star quarterback William Crest. Taylor says that Rawlins will sit out a year before choosing a school. Other schools that had recruited Rawlins include Tennessee, Pitt, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia Tech, Northwestern and Rutgers.

Rawlins’ high school coach Andy Pacak tells Allan Taylor of West Virginia MetroNews that the departure of WVU quarterbacks coach Jake Spavital — who’s now at Texas A&M — left a void, though the rest of the Mountaineers staff “bent over backward” to help Rawlins. The Online Sportsbook Betting Odds have listed West Virginia +20000 to win 2014 BCS National Championship .

“All of a sudden Jake wasn’t going to be there, and I think that had an impact,” said Pacak. “Chavas went down there and tried and gave it a shot, but he was missing that relationship. He developed some close relationships with other coaches during the recruiting period as well, and I think he’s looking for that type of relationship again.

“But Coach (Dana) Holgorsen and (Shannon) Dawson were great. They were always upfront with him and me. For Chavas, this isn’t a move based on the coaches, or West Virginia or the facilities or anything like that.” Check out all the latest 2014 BCS National Championship Odds Click Here.


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