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Nathan Adrian on the mend

MORGANTOWN, W.Va--Nathan Adrian had a tough sophomore season for the West Virginia Mountaineers. After a breakout freshman campaign, Mountaineers' fans expected more from the Morgantown native. Adrian averaged 2.8 points a game last season. He shot just 30.7 percent and only 17.7 percent from beyond-the-arc. It seemed like a funk that Adrian

A battle won for the Seider family

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—West Virginia University running backs coach Ja'Juan Seider and his family has spent the last seven months battling a different battle away from the football field. Last summer coach Seider’s son Jaden noticed a lump in his neck. In January of this year, doctors removed two tumors and informed the

USA Today Preseason Coaches Poll Released

full rankings TOP 25 TEAMS, WEEK 1 RANK TEAM RECORD POINTS 1st Place Votes Prev CHANGE Hi/Low 1 Ohio State 14-1 1598 62 NR 0 – 2 TCU 12-1 1487 1 NR 0 – 3 Alabama 12-2 1452 1 NR 0 – 4 Baylor 11-2 1365 0 NR 0 – 5 Oregon 13-2 1260 0 NR 0 – 6 Michigan State 11-2 1230 0 NR 0 – 7 Auburn 8-5 1103 0 NR 0 – 8 Florida State 13-1 1057 0 NR 0 – 9 Georgia 10-3 1026 0 NR 0 – 10 USC 9-4 1014 0 NR 0 – 11 Notre Dame 8-5 883 0 NR 0 – 12 Clemson 10-3 838 0 NR 0 – 13 LSU 8-5 727 0 NR 0 – 14 UCLA 10-3 697 0 NR 0 – 15 Ole Miss 9-4 668 0 NR 0 – 16 Arizona State 10-3 577 0 NR 0 – 17 Georgia Tech 11-3 573 0 NR 0 – 18 Wisconsin 11-3 470 0 NR 0 – 19 Oklahoma 8-5 407 0 NR 0 – 20 Arkansas 7-6 377 0 NR 0 – 21 Stanford 8-5 365 0 NR 0 – 22 Arizona 10-4 299 0 NR 0 – 23 Missouri 11-3 229 0 NR 0 – 24 Boise State 12-2 190 0 NR 0 – 25 Tennessee 7-6 166 0 NR 0 – *Hi/Low Rankings Hi/Low = The highest and lowest ranking each team

West Virginia basketball is shooting for the stars

MORGANTOWN, W.Va--Last season the West Virginia University basketball team surprised many with their 25-win season and Sweet 16 run. With the basketball season approaching, the Mountaineers are ready to pick up right where they left off. At Tuesday’s practice, several players wore shirts that read “Houston 4-4-16.” That is the date and

Holgorsen Throws Haymaker At Pitt

That didn't take long. With the clock ticking to the start of camp across the country, West Virginia University head football coach Dana Holgorsen used twitter to get his message out. And boy did it take off. It's no secret that both WVU and Pittsburgh have discussed renewing the bitter rivalry, and no

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