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Quick Hit Recruiting: Penn State continues to invade South Charleston

As Mountaineer fans are still in shock over Derrek Pitts choosing Penn State over West Virginia the Nittany Lions are continuing their assault on the state, specifically South Charleston. Pitts' teammate and fellow class of 2017 prospect Lawrence Cunningham announced today that he had officially been offered by Penn State. The

WVU defensive end Larry Jefferson removed from roster after arrest

Following his arrest Tuesday evening WVU has removed redshirt senior defensive end Larry Jefferson from the team's roster on Wednesday. Jefferson was charged with possession of marijuana and cocaine after being stopped in Morgantown Tuesday morning where he was found to have small amounts of cocaine and marijuana in his possession. Jefferson

2016 could be the year of the quarterback for the Big 12

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Big 12 football is known for its high-power offenses and the 2016 season should be no different with some of the country’s top quarterbacks reigning in one league. Last season Baylor’s Seth Russell, Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma State’s Mason Rudolph and Texas Tech’s Patrick Mahomes lit up the scoreboard on a

WVU continues to struggle within state for 2017 class

The state of West Virginia's top 2017 prospect, Derrek Pitts, is set to announce his collegiate intentions on Wednesday (tomorrow) and the Mountaineers look to be in a favorable position. However, outside of the top rated South Charleston athlete WVU has not fared well securing in-state talent in the 2017

Stedman Bailey: Once a Mountaineer, always a Mountaineer

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Record-setting receiver Stedman Bailey made a visit to the low country of Charleston, South Carolina on Friday, July 22 for a meet and greet at the Charleston Sports Pub. We sat down with Bailey and talk about his return to West Virginia, what he thinks of the coming season and

Big 12 exploring expansion possibilities

DALLAS-The Big 12 is finally ready to look at expanding the conference. After a Board of Directors meeting Tuesday afternoon, Oklahoma president Dave Boren, chairman of the Big 12 board of directors, asked commissioner Bob Bowlsby to pursue possible expansion candidates. "We've been contacted by a number of institutions, and I would

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