Greg's teams play the least-challenging schedules of any team in the nation; it is filled with "CSU" teams: Coppin State, Cleveland State, Chump State... want stats? Since 2001, WVU has had only four seasons with a winning conference record. The non-conference schedule (along with Big East weakling Georgetown) makes it almost certain that West Virginia will have at least 25 wins every year. 

A summary of the chart below. Since 1999 (the first season with all his own recruits):
  • Only three seasons with winning Big East records.
  • Eight seasons with an overall winning record, but only five seasons with two wins more than losses, so he's barely playing .500 ball even when he has a winning season -- and this from a team who plays Georgetown and a pathetic non-conference schedule every year.

Year Overall Non-Conference Record Conference Record Notes
2012 23-32 14-14 9-18 WVU actually beat nine teams with a winning record. But it isn't enough, and Greg will not coach WVU in 2013.
2011 28-27 14-12 14-15 Beat only three Big East opponents with an overall winning record or a winning Big East record (all three teams at 14-13). Beat only four teams all year who had a winning record.
2010 27-30 17-11 10-19 Won only three games against Big East Teams with an overall winning record. Only one win against a team with a winning Big East record. Won only six games all year against teams with winning records. 0-2 in Big East Tournament
2009 37-18 19-6 18-12 Only 7-8 against Big East teams with a winning record. 1-2 in Big East Tournament
2008 35-21 21-5 14-16  
2007 29-22 19-6 10-16  
2006 36-22 22-9 14-13  
2005 25-30 15-15 10-15  
2004 23-29 13-13 10-16  
2003 36-19 18-13 18-6  
2002 24-26 15-10 9-16  
2001 27-26 15-12 12-14  
2000 25-28 15-16 10-12  
1999 29-28 17-15 12-13  
1998 37-17-1  24-8-1 13-9  
199735-19?? 
199633-25?? 
199518-32?? 



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