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Daryl Worley primed for success

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- West Virginia University’s Daryl Worley is one of the most underrated players, but he is expected to play a key role for the WVU backfield. However, the junior isn’t as focused on himself this season as he is the team dynamic. “I’m not really so much focused on me this year,”

WVU Continues Pipeline with Offer to Former Hokie

WVU continued to strengthen their newfound pipeline by offering 2016 safety Cj Reavis. Reavis, a former 4 star prospect, originally committed to Virgnia Tech in April of 2013. Reavis was considered one of the best safeties in the nation his senior season of high school in Chester, VA. He had accumulated

WVU safety Karl Joseph wins Herbie Award for Unsung Warrior

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--One West Virginia University football star received some love from ESPN football analyst Kirk Herbstreit on Thursday. Herbstreit announced his 15th annual Herbie Award candidates and winners and WVU safety Karl Joseph was the winner of the Unsung Warrior award. The 5-foot-11, 197-pound senior won the honor over Kendell Beckwith, LSU; Glenn

WVU uses extra week to prepare for tricky Georgia Southern

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- The West Virginia University football team kicks off its season in less than two weeks and the Mountaineers are already trying to get game ready for Georgia Southern. "This will be a quote on quote 'mock game week' for us," head coach Dana Holgorsen said. "We will have a

Emphasis Still On WVU Receiving Corp

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When WVU released their updated depth chart last week many assumed the lack of a fourth receiver insinuated an emphasis on the running game this season. However, wide receiver coach Lonnie Galloway reiterated the fact that the Mountaineers are still working to field four receivers. "We will line two guys up

Major Changes Beginning to Milan Puskar Stadium Spanning Over 2016 + 2017

Morgantown, W.Va.- 35 year old Milan Puskar Stadium, commonly known as Mountaineer field, is in need of a much needed face lift. As part of the department-wide bond initiative in 2014, Milan Puskar will undergo a $45 million construction. "Renovations to the stadium will improve the patron game day environment as

Rasul Douglas cleared to practice

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- With the football season two weeks away, the West Virginia Mountaineers received some good news on Saturday afternoon. Juco All-American transfer Rasul Douglas has been cleared by the NCAA to practice with the team. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound Douglas is a four-star cornerback from Nassau Community College in Garden City, N.Y.

WVU basketball charity softball game

GRANVILLE, W.Va.-- The second annual West Virginia University basketball charity softball game had a similar ending to last year, as the basketball staff members thumped the players 14-6 at Monongalia County Ballpark on Friday night. Bob Huggins and Randy Mazey served as the team head coaches. It was an evening of dancing,

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