The guy who was an egregious reach at No. 15 in the first round of the NFL Draft, who, by the way, leads NFL rookies in sacks and is a terror off the edge for a pretty good defense, chipped off a $100,000 donation to WVU.
“I’ve got a lot of love for the state and the University and coming from my situation, they gave me a chance when I was in junior college,” Irvin said recently. “(Late WVU coach) Bill Stewart gave me a chance to display my talents on the Division I level and I felt like it was only right to give back for the younger kids.
“Hopefully everyone takes the Flying WV as seriously as I do.”