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WVU’s Tarik Phillip is ready to contribute

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia University's Tarik Phillip stepped up his game during the Mountaineers' Sweet 16 run last season. The junior guard will be looked upon to help WVU run deeper into the post season. Phillip averaged 4.1 points per game and shot 46.9 percent from the field as a sophomore. It

Jevon Carter ready to take over at the point

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia University's Jevon Carter is primed to take over the point this season. This isn't Carter's first rodeo at the point. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound sophomore took over after Juwan Staten and Gary Browne suffered injuries late last season. He started the final two regular season games and in the

Daxter Miles Jr.: More mature and ready to succeed

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia University's Daxter Miles Jr. is best known for his comments before the Mountaineers took on Kentucky in the Sweet 16, but the sophomore guard is ready to move forward. "Coach Huggs said that my role from last year is way different this year," Miles said. I'm just working on all

WVU’s Dana Holgorsen preparing for Thursday night showdown

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Up next for West Virginia University is No.5 Texas Christian University, which will be a tall task for the Mountaineers who have lost three straight. Head coach Dana Holgorsen is well aware that the Horned Frogs are a dangerous team. "They have put themselves into position where they are pretty hot here

Josh Lambert: Battling on and off the Football Field

Morgantown, W.Va.- All-American kicker Josh Lambert finished the 2014 season with the most made field goals nationally with 30. Plagued by injury and illness, Lambert has not been the same kicker West Virginia fans, but it's not his fault. Special Teams Coordinator Coach DeForest explained, "Early on in camp he had an injury

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