Luck has been dealing with other issues. Among them has been that of basketball parking on Monongahela Boulevard.
"Ever since the Coliseum has been built, people have been parking there," Luck said. "But we got a notice from the city [of Morgantown] that they want to ban that because of safety issues.
"We're trying to figure out if they mean all day every day or at certain times."
If there's not an exception made for WVU hoops games, expect an absolute mess.
And finally . . .
WVU fans probably didn't rejoice over the announcement of Georgia State as a 2013 football opponent, but Mountaineer athletic officials certainly consider it an accomplishment.
The reason: A sixth home game against a FBS opponent was secured, at a bargain price.
The Panthers will be playing at Alabama next season for $700,000 and at Oregon in 2015 for $900,000. WVU landed Georgia State for $550,000.
In case Mountaineer fans haven't noticed, they must get used to the idea of just six home games - and the Georgia State deal simply got WVU to that number. At this point, the lone future WVU schedule with seven home games is 2015.
Just don't expect much of a fight from the Panthers. They will be an FBS team next season, but they are transitioning to the status from the current FCS label.
Reach Mitch Vingle at 304-348-4827, mitchvin...@wvgazette.com or follow him at twitter.com/MitchVingle.