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WVU favored in what could be Snyder’s last game

West Virginia is again favored this weekend in their season finale against the 5-6 Kansas State Wildcats. The Mountaineers, 7-4 (4-4), are favored by 6 points in Manhattan and are 6-1 this season when in that position. Dana Holgorsen and the West Virginia Mountaineers have yet to beat the Wildcats as members

Mountaineers take wind out of Cyclones

Despite their first half struggles the Mountaineers were able to send the seniors off with a win, 30-6 over the visiting Iowa State Cyclones on Saturday in front of just over 42,000 Mountaineer fans on a cold and soggy afternoon at Milan Puskar. The Mountaineers struggled to get their ground game

WVU defeats San Diego State, claims Las Vegas Invitational title

LAS VEGAS--Daxter Miles Jr. scored 14 points and had six steals as the West Virginia Mountaineers pounded the San Diego State Aztecs 72-50 in the championship game of the Continental Tire Las Vegas Invitational on Friday night. Press Virginia’s defense smothered the Aztecs, forcing 21 turnovers. The Mountaineers stole the ball

Williams carries WVU past Richmond

LAS VEGAS--Devin Williams tied his career high tallying 23 points and grabbing 12 boards to help the West Virginia Mountaineers defeat the Richmond Spiders 67-59 on Thursday at the Continental Tire Las Vegas Invitational. The Mountaineers improved to 5-0 on the season. Williams had his fifth straight double-double, the most since

Thanksgiving and football: How the Mountaineers celebrate

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Thanksgiving is about being thankful for things in life. It’s a holiday associated with turkey and spending time with family and friends. But there is one mainstay in many homes on Thanksgiving and that is football. Thousands of football fans will be tuned in to the NFL games on Thursday. “Thanksgiving is

The real meaning of being a Mountaineer

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Growing up in the Mountain State, West Virginia residents know exactly what it means to carry a passion for its state and its football team. On Saturday afternoon, the West Virginia University football team will step on the field to take on the Iowa State Cyclones, but for 21 seniors

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