The work never stops…but when deer season rolls around, it moves out into the woods.
Honestly, this season has been pretty rough as a Marshall fan. After starting the season 4-0 with hopes of competing for the Sun Belt Conference championship, the team is a disappointing 5-6, with one game left to try to make it to a bowl game.
But it’s good to see that the players are still putting in the work.
Marshall head coach Charles Huff posted a picture of one of his players watching game film on his day off…from his tree stand, on the first day of deer rifle season in West Virginia.
This is why I love this team!! Got this from a player this morning! 1st day of Riffle Deer Hunting Season in WV✅….New Week New Opponent Film Study✅ Still committed to the Process regardless of the Circumstances✅ #TrustTheProcess#GoHerdpic.twitter.com/WffjuyaIyc
Marshall fans were quick to speculate that the hunter in the picture was star defensive lineman Owen Porter, and Porter confirmed that he had been out in the woods when he showed up to his media interviews today.
Owen Porter and Dalton Tucker walking into player interviews fresh off of dragging a buck through the woods is the most Marshall football thing and I love it.