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Despite Howard’s Success Trickett is Still the Starter

Despite a near comeback performance against Kansas St and a win over Iowa State sophomore QB Skyler Howard will remain second on the depth chart going into the bowl season according to WVU head coach Dana Holgorsen. When asked after the Iowa St game about the QB situation Holgorsen was quick

West Virginia Wins 37-24

West Virginia entered Saturday's game with Iowa State without senior quarterback Clint Trickett. Without Trickett, the Mountaineers scored on the opening possession of the game and would roll to a 37-24 win over Iowa State. On the day, Skyler Howard was 21 of 40 for 285-yards and 3 touchdowns. Sam Richardson finished

Happy Thanksgiving

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The staff would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving with friends and family. will return on Friday to set the stage for WVU at Iowa State, and the men's basketball team welcoming the College of Charleston to the WVU Coliseum on Saturday evening. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!   -

3 star DE recommits to WVU

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The road to committing to a school for Larry Jefferson has taken plenty of turns the last two months. Jefferson, a 3 star DE from Itawamba C.C., had originally committed to WVU on October 1st of this year. However, just a week later he decommitted from WVU and verbally committed to

Did Skyler Howard Earn Starting Spot?

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Skyler Howard ended the game 15/23, 189 yards, with 2 TD's in his most extensive playing time so far as a Mountaineer.  Down 20-3 in the third Howard provided a spark to a WVU offense that, to that point, had look stagnant. The Mountaineers ended up losing to Kansas St 26-20 but

Dana Holgorsen Big 12 Teleconference

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West Virginia University head football coach Dana Holgorsen spoke with the media during the Big 12 Coaches' Teleconference on Monday. Coach Holgorsen says Clint Trickett is the starting quarterback and has played at a high level. He said he was happy with the performance of Skyler Howard, but you need to

Staten Named to Oscar Robertson Watch List

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ST. LOUIS (USBWA) – U.S. Basketball Writers Association President Dana O'Neil of announced today the USBWA's early-season Watch Lists for men's national player and freshman of the year in college basketball. Heading the lists are preseason picks Marcus Paige of North Carolina for the Oscar Robertson Trophy for player of

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