Latest Episodes

Dave Weekley

Tracy and Carl are joined by Dave Weekley to discuss the departure of WVU Head Football Coach Dana Holgerson and possible replacements.

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Quincy Wilson – Former WVU Great

Guest Quincy Wilson joins Tracy and Carl to discuss WVU’s Will Grier’s decision to set out the Camping World Bowl.

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Marshall University Head Football Coach Doc Holliday

Tracy and Carl chat with Marshall University head football coach Doc Holliday about Marshall’s upcoming bowl game.

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Oscar Tshiebwe

Top 25 college basketball prospect joins Tracy and Carl  to discuss his path to committing to West Virginia University.

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John Pennington and Rick Sherrod

Tracy and Carl chat with former WVU Football players John Pennington and Rick Sherrod about WVU’s loss vs Oklahoma and what it means for the future of WVU’s football...

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Kevin Kinder from Blue & Gold News

Tracy and Carl chat with Kevin Kinder from Blue & Gold News about WVU’s chances to reach the “final four” and the professional prospects of certain WVU players.

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Our Hosts

Tracy Abdalla


Tracy Is a Sports Enthusiast and life long Resident of Charleston WV.  His love of local sports was the inspiration that lead him to create West Virginia Sports Connection, “Our Goal is to become the voice of local sports”.  He is a graduate of West Virginia State University.  Tracy began his career as a photographer with WSAZ television.  He was Co-creator, Producer, & Host of Local ESPN2 sports talk show, “Sport Nuts”, for 8 years.  An Award winning Television Commercial Producer with Charter Media for 6 years.  Worked in minor league baseball and was a Free lance  Sports Reporter/Anchor for many years.

Carl Lee

Co-Host, 12 Year NFL Veteran & 3 Time Pro Bowler

Carl Lee was born and raised on South Charleston, WV as the fourth of five children with three older sisters and a younger brother. An avid athlete growing up, football was always Carl’s favorite sport. Carl was a standout player for South Charleston High School and received a scholarship from Marshall University where he had the privilege of playing for the famed Coach Sonny Randall. After four seasons at Marshall, he was drafted in the seventh round by the Minnesota Vikings where he played for eleven years before going to the New Orleans Saints for his final season. After twelve seasons with three Pro Bowls, an All-Pro Selection and being named to the coveted All-Madden Team, Carl retired and has since been named to the Marshall University Hall of Fame and is considered one of the 50 greatest players in the history of the storied Vikings franchise. Carl and his wife live in South Charleston and remain active in the community.