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No. 19 WVU routs Virginia Tech

BLACKSBURG, Va.-- Jevon Carter scored 18 points as No. 19 West Virginia defeated non-conference rival Virginia Tech 88-63 on Wednesday afternoon. Carter made his first eight shots from the field and the Mountaineers never trailed the entire afternoon. “He played well," head coach Bob Huggins said. "He sprained his ankle and wanted

No. 19 WVU squares off against rival Virginia Tech

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- After an eight-day hiatus, No. 19 West Virginia is back in action on Wednesday afternoon as the Mountaineers take on nonconference rivals Virginia Tech at a sold-out Cassell Coliseum. The Mountaineers and the Hokies are meeting for the 79th time in series play, which began in 1921. WVU (10-1) won eight

Report: Four academically ineligible for Cactus Bowl

Dana Holgorsen announced today that four Mountaineers have been deemed academically ineligible for the Cactus Bowl January 2nd against Arizona State. True freshman receiver Jovon Durante, junior corner Daryl Worley, senior defensive lineman Eric Kinsey, and freshman safety Kevin Williams will not play this Saturday. Worley is the only projected starter to

Quick Hit: Alex Ruoff spending Christmas away from home again

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Many professional athletes have gotten used to the bittersweet aspect of their careers that keep them away from their families. But that doesn't make it any easier to take. One-time WVU basketball standout Alex Ruoff knows that scenario all too well recently and will be spending his third Christmas away from

No. 19 WVU rolls past Eastern Kentucky

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Jaysean Paige came off the bench and scored 17 points to help No. 19 West Virginia knock off Eastern Kentucky 84-59 on Monday night at the Coliseum. "That's big," Devin Williams said about Paige's effort. "It takes a little bit of the focus point away from me." Paige scored all 17 points in

WVU deletes “Holgorsen clause” from Gibson’s contract

Days after West Virginia University athletic director Shane Lyons announced Dana Holgorsen would return for the 2016 season Lyons amended defensive coordinator Tony Gibson's contract removing the "Holgorsen clause". The original three year contract, signed prior to this season, guaranteed Gibson for 2017 only if Holgorsen remained the head coach of the

Report: Three WVU underclassmen submit paperwork for NFL

We have learned this afternoon that three Mountaineer underclassmen have submitted paperwork to test the waters for the 2016 NFL draft. Running backs Rushel Shell (r-Jr) and Wendell Smallwood (Jr) as well as junior cornerback Daryl Worley will all reportedly test their draft stock in the coming month. Submitting paperwork for the NFL

2017 prospect Mac Jones talks WVU offer and Kentucky commitment

The recruiting process can be interesting to follow. It can be even more interesting if you are the athlete being recruited. This could not be more apparent than with 2017 quarterback prospect Mac Jones out of Jacksonville, Florida. Jones, a junior three star pro-style quarterback, committed to the University of Kentucky

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