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Can WVU Get the Kansas State Monkey Off Their Back?

We probably shouldn't talk about it, but let's face it, it is inevitable. The West Virginia Mountaineers (3-0) face the Kansas State Wildcats (2-1) this Saturday at 3:30 PM on ESPNU, the same Kansas State team that is 4-0 against WVU since the Mountaineers joined the Big 12 four years ago. However, with

Backyard Brawl returns on the hardwood

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia University and the University of Pittsburgh have agreed to a four-game series in men’s basketball, Director of Athletics Shane Lyons announced today. The series will begin in Pittsburgh during the 2017-18 season before returning to Morgantown during the 2018-19 season. Pitt will be the home team in 2019-20,

Holgorsen looks ahead to Kansas State on Saturday

The Mountaineers survived non-conference play unscathed and now the team and coaches look to opening up Big 12 play against the Kansas State Wildcats. Coach Holgorsen addressed the media Tuesday afternoon, where he discussed the team, pending changes and how they were preparing for a Kansas State team that the

Analysts Feel WVU Could Go Undefeated But Kansas State Is The Litmus Test

For years now many felt the outcome of the annual game against the Maryland Terrapins was the litmus test for the Mountaineers. Why you ask? Since 2010 the Mountaineers have only had one losing season, 2013 where the Mountaineers finished 4-8. Maryland beat WVU that year 37-0 at Ravens Stadium in

WVU vs. BYU: The good, the bad and the ugly

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.---The West Virginia University football team improved to 3-0 on Saturday, defeating BYU 35-32 at Fed Ex Field in Landover, Maryland but the Mountaineers have a lot of room for improvement heading forward. For the second straight game mental miscues plagued WVU. The defense struggled with the pass rush, surrendering

WVU holds off BYU with 35-32 victory

LANDOVER, Md. -- The Mountaineers defense makes three crucial interceptions to hold off Brigham Young University in the 35-32 victory at Fed Ex Field in front of 38,207 fans. Offenses battled back-and-forth Saturday afternoon but ultimately the 4-1 BYU turnovers edged the Mountaineers to victory. The interceptions resulted in 56 yards by

Is WVU’s receiving corps too much for BYU?

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Over the last several years, the West Virginia University football team has became known for its speedy wide receivers. The Mountaineers have put Tavon Austin, Stedman Bailey, Kevin White and Mario Alford in the NFL. This season's squad has animated talent in Shelton Gibson, Ka'Raun White, Daikiel Shorts and Jovon

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