West Virginia Head Football Coach Neal Brown has only been in his role for four months, but he's already put a unique stamp on the Mountaineer program.
Aside from the schematic alterations that Brown and his staff have made, the new regulations and traditions that Brown has introduced are equally as intriguing.
There is a no hat, no hood and no earphone policy when the Mountaineers arrive at the Milan Puskar practice facility. Phones are not permitted during meal times, and the players must sit with different teammates at each meal.
The tone of each Mountaineer spring practice is set by the "juice squad," a position group that Brown selects before each practice that is in charge of pumping up the group before the team stretches.
Darren Zaslau takes an in depth look at the Neal Brown culture that is being established in Morgantown.