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Cuse win was big for Nehlen

January 17, 2012 MORGANTOWN — WVU, ranked No. 11 at the time, smashed Syracuse 43-0 in football on Oct. more »»

Austin to return for senior year

January 10, 2012 MORGANTOWN – I know a guy who couldn’t be happier that Tavon Austin has decided to return for his senior year of West Virginia University football. The 5-foot-9, 176-pound junior from Baltimore, Md. more »»

Bitancurt satisfied with year

December 30, 2011 MORGANTOWN — West Virginia place-kicker Tyler Bitancurt certainly has been a contributor to his team’s success this year. more »»

Graduation, season big deals for DL?Miller

December 29, 2011 MORGANTOWN —Graduation on Dec. 10 admittedly was a “pretty big” occasion for West Virginia defensive lineman Julian Miller. more »»

Luck expects coaches to return

December 28, 2011 MORGANTOWN — “Yes, I’m aware of the chatter, Athletic Director said of unconfirmed reports that defensive coordinator Jeff Casteel may leave West Virginia University. more »»

WVU to lose money on bowl trip

December 27, 2011 MORGANTOWN—West Virginia University doesn’t expect to lose more than $1 Million on the trip to Miami for the Orange Bowl game against Clemson. more »»

Stoner eyeing a return to majors

December 21, 2011 It was a performance like no other that inspired the New York Mets to select Tobi Stoner in the 16th round of the Major League Baseball draft. more »»

Can WVU pull another BSC upset?

December 21, 2011 MORGANTOWN — To Najee Goode, it is “beautiful luck” that West Virginia is playing Clemson in the Discover Orange Bowl on Jan. 4 in Miami, Fla. more »»

Looking at it through a child’s eyes

December 16, 2011 Like many parents of young athletes, I needed a wake up call when it came to being compassionate, yet firm, on pushing my kids to do the right thing. more »»

Smith excited about tilt

December 15, 2011 MORGANTOWN—No one could be more excited that West Virginia (9-3) will be playing Clemson (10-3) in the Orange Bowl on Wednesday, Jan. 4, than Geno Smith. more »»

Expect a shootout in bowl game

December 9, 2011 MORGANTOWN — West Virginia’s football game against Clemson in the 2012 Orange Bowl on Wednesday, Jan. 4, should be a high-scoring shootout. That’s what the teams’ regular-season stats sugges. more »»

WVU grid team among luckiest ever

December 6, 2011 MORGANTOWN — West Virginia’s 2011 football team isn’t as talented as some of its predecessors. But it will be remembered herein as certainly one of the luckies. more »»

Dr. Elmo makes title predictions

December 2, 2011 What a way to bring down the curtain on another football season. more »»

Contest shaping up as a nail-biter

December 1, 2011 MORGANTOWN — West Virginia’s football game at South Florida shapes up as another nail-biter in Thursday night’s regular-season finale in Tampa. more »»

Pittsburgh staff was outcoached

November 29, 2011 MORGANTOWN — West Virginia clearly outcoached old rival Pitt in the second half of the 104th edition of the Backyard Brawl. more »»

WVU to focus on the present not future

November 23, 2011 MORGANTOWN—West Virginia’s football game against old rival Pitt here at 7 p.m. Friday could be the last of what is known as the “Backyard Brawl. more »»

WVU, Pitt series needs to continue

November 18, 2011 MORGANTOWN — Will next Friday’s rendition of The Backyard Brawl between West Virginia and Pitt in football be the last in the foreseeable future, if not forever? That’s the burning question as bot... more »»

Playoffs shift into high gear

November 18, 2011 The first week of the high school football playoffs are now history and the field of 48 teams is dwindled down to 24 as we enter the second week. more »»

Good doctor makes his playoff picks

November 11, 2011 What a revolting development last week turned out to be, not only for the doctor, but also for the Tucker County High School football team. more »»

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 »»

 
 
 

 

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