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History of the Mobile QB at WVU

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Did you see the movie ‘We Are Marshall’, which was based upon the horrible plane crash which killed virtually all of the players and coaches, and highlighted the rebuilding of the Marshall football team? The new Marshall coaches travelled to Morgantown to discuss ideas for rebuilding the football team with WVU Coach

West Virginia Basketball: Building off this year’s success

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia’s basketball season ended with a 78-39 loss to Kentucky on Thursday night. As disappointing as the loss was, the season was far from a disappointment. The Mountaineers accomplished more than most expected, finishing the season with a 25-10 record and advancing to the Sweet 16. Much of the sentiment

WVU Football to Hold Open Practice at Shepherd University

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - (March 27, 2015) - The West Virginia University football team will hold its first off-campus open practice this spring at Ram Stadium in Shepherdstown, W.Va., on Saturday, April 4, starting at 1 p.m. The practice will be open to the public and is free of charge.  "We're taking things to

WVU’s Elijah Wellman Stepping Out of Schmitt’s Shadow

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If you followed WVU football in ’05-’07, chances are you were a fan of a big punishing fullback that was so physical he bent face masks. His name was Owen Schmitt. He represented the very definition of the West Virginia work ethic. Schmitt was a consensus fan favorite who’s legends of lifting

West Virginia legend Hot Rod Hundley passes away

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Former West Virginia basketball legend “Hot Rod” Hundley has passed away on Friday at the age of 80. Hundley was born in Charleston, W.Va. in 1934. He was a star at the old Thomas Jefferson Junior High and Charleston High Schools, where he won championships at both. Hundley went on to play at West

Kentucky pounds West Virginia to reach Elite Eight

CLEVELAND--Trey Lyles scored 14 points and the unbeaten Wildcats pummeled West Virginia 78-39 on Thursday night in the Midwest Regional semifinals of the NCAA Tournament. Kentucky is the top seed in the NCAA Tournament and the huge favorite to cut down the nets next weekend in Indianapolis. The Mountaineers knew they had

Miles: “Kentucky Don’t Play Hard”

It was eventful day on Wednesday surrounding the Sweet 16 match-up of overall No.1 seed Kentucky and No. 5 seed West Virginia. WVU head basketball coach Bob Huggins spent his time talking about his friendship with Coach Calipari, his time at Kansas State, his heart attack in Pittsburgh and the Mountaineer

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