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Former Mountaineer Garrison Finds a New Home

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Former Mountaineer running back Dustin Garrison announced via Twitter this evening that he will be playing for Fresno State this coming season. Officially gonna be a Bulldog next season. I'm beyond excited to get back on the field! #blessed — Dustin Garrison (@DG__29) June 29, 2015 Garrison announced he would be transferring

Crouser Returns Home To Become Mountaineer

Originally from Charleston, WV Dustin Crouser felt he did everything he could to get an offer from WVU, including attended camps in which he performed very well. Unfortunately it was not in the cards for Crouser who eventually signed with the University of Charlotte on national signing day in 2013. After

Post-Spring WVU Football Analysis – Defensive Backfield

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With spring practice having concluded with the 2015 Gold-Blue Game in Morgantown on April 25th BlueGoldSports’ Data Analyst and Senior Writer Mark Fought breaks down each WVU football position group as Mountaineer football fans continue to endure the long days of waiting for fall practice to begin.  Today, the defensive

Juwan Staten to join the Sacramento Kings

MORGANTOWN, W.Va-- Juwan Staten didn't hear his name called during Thursday's NBA draft, but the former West Virginia point guard Juwan Staten will get a shot at his dream. The 23-year-old Staten announced on Twitter that he would be joining the Sacramento Kings. Staten fielded interest from half of the teams in

Former WVU baseball standout Taylor Munden promoted to Single-A

MORGANTOWN, W.Va--Former West Virginia shortstop Taylor Munden was drafted in the 27th round by the Miami Marlins earlier this month on the final day of the MLB draft, but the former Mountaineer star is already moving up in the ranks. Munden was sent to the Short Season Class A affiliate of

Football Summer Update: Skyler Howard

Morgantown W.Va- The media met with Dana Holgerson for a press conference in the new football facility team room Thursday afternoon. Holgerson began his interview talking about the importance of the new team room for recruiting, and he followed with other major topics of discussion including recruiting and incoming players. He then

WVU coach and player summer interviews

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- Watch WVU coach and player interviews from Thursday's interview session in the new team room at Milan Puskar Stadium regarding summer workouts and the upcoming football season.

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