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Howley was a man for all sports

November 9, 2011 MORGANTOWN—Old-timers among West Virginia sports fans will remember Charles Louis “Chuck” Howley. He’s the only five-sport letterman in the school’s histor. more »»

Can WVU capture any more victories?

November 8, 2011 MORGANTOWN – Can West Virginia University’s football team win another game this season? That was what many fans were wondering after last Saturday’s deeply disappointing, 38-35 defeat at home to... more »»

Blitzing, 13 sacks don’t worry Geno

November 4, 2011 MORGANTOWN – Pressure applied by opposing defenses doesn’t really worry West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith. more »»

Season coming to an end

November 4, 2011 Ten weeks down and just one remaining in the regular season and then its on to the the playoffs, more commenly referred to as the big dance. more »»

Another stern test for WVU

November 3, 2011 MORGANTOWN- West Virginia (6-2, 2-1 Big East) faces another big challenge in Saturday’s home game against Louisville (4-4, 2-1) Coach Dana Holgorsen, proud of the 24th-rated Mountaineers gutty... more »»

Is this the year RU ends skid?

October 28, 2011 MORGANTOWN — Is this the year Rutgers finally ends its lengthy losing streak against West Virginia? The Mountaineers (5-2, 1-1 Big East) will be seeking their 17th victory in a row against the... more »»

Receivers move closer to milestone

October 25, 2011 MORGANTOWN — West Virginia University’s top two pass-catchers continue to draw closer to 1,000 receiving yards after seven game. more »»

Huggins anxious to see young team play

October 19, 2011 MORGANTOWN — The West Virginia men’s basketball team is the second youngest in Bob Huggins’ 30 years as a head coach. more »»

Puskar initiated fund for athletics

October 18, 2011 MORGANTOWN — Did you know that the late Milan “Mike” Puskar initiated West Virginia University’s Athletics Endowment Fund? I didn’t until shortly after the co-founder of Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. more »»

Doctor’s clinic is expanding

September 30, 2011 After hitting just 5 of 9 picks last week, all of which came about by me not keeping focused on clinical wor. more »»

Elmo flying high after perfect week

September 23, 2011 Man its hard to be humble when you’re so perfect in every way. more »»

Geno says team has to focus, be positive

September 16, 2011 MORGANTOWN — Despite sluggish starts against Marshall and Norfolk State , West Virginia is 2-0 and ranked 18th nationally going into Saturday’s football game at Maryland (1-0). more »»

Things looking up for the Doctor

September 16, 2011 Things are looking up at the old Clinic as we had an 8-3 record last week, which gave us a .727 win percentage. more »»

Tougher slate ahead for WVU, prep teams

September 13, 2011 Football has officially arrived with the first week of the NFL?season already in the record books. more »»

WVU’s Smith off to strong start at

September 8, 2011 MORGANTOWN — Corey Smith is off to a strong start as West Virginia’s punter and kickoff man. more »»

What a way to start the season

September 2, 2011 There’s no better way for football fans from the Mountain State to kick off the college football season than with the annual Friends of Coal Bowl. more »»

The old doctor is back

September 2, 2011 The doctor is back, a lot older and not much wiser. But I felt it was a must to return to the West Virginia hills with high school football season upon us. more »»

Kicking unit hopes to be better

August 26, 2011 MORGANTOWN — With the new offense installed this year by Dana Holgorsen, veteran place-kicker Tyler Bitancurt may not have as many chances to boot field goals for West Virginia this year. more »»

Geno Smith ‘feels great’ as opener approaches

August 24, 2011 Geno Smith, West Virginia University’s starting quarterback, admittedly “feels great” with the season’s opener against Marshall just around the corner. more »»

Snapper still ‘amazed’ by kicker’s five field goals

August 11, 2011 MORGANTOWN — Tom Kucer most certainly remembers West Virginia University’s 15-0 shutout of old rival Pitt on Oct. 7, 1967, at Old Mountaineer Field. more »»

 
 

 

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