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Billy Kinney Named To Ray Guy Award List

Redshirt Sophomore punter and Morgantown, WV native, Billy Kinney, has been named to the 2016 Ray Guy Award Candidate List that was released Monday morning. The Ray Guy Award identifies the nation's best collegiate punter. Kinney is averaging 44.2 yards per punt this season which is good enough for second

Mountaineers Make Respectable Drop in AP Poll

After suffering their first loss of the season on Saturday the Mountaineers were bound to drop in the new AP Top 25 poll that was to be released on Sunday. Coming into the weekend the Mountaineers were ranked No. 10 in the AP, their highest ranking since 2012. Oklahoma State

Adrian, WVU upend WVU Tech

Beckley, W.Va.--Nathan Adrian scored 26 points and the West Virginia University basketball team thumped WVU Tech 131-56 on Saturday evening in an exhibition game at the King Coal Beckley Automall Arena in Beckley, West Virginia. Adrian had a stellar performance connecting on 10-of-12 from the field and 3-of-5 shooting from beyond the

Mountaineers Suffer First Loss of 2016

The 10th ranked West Virginia Mountaineers made too many mistakes, failed to come up with key plays and were sent home from Stillwater, Oklahoma today with their first loss of the year. Mason Rudolph threw for 273 yards and three touchdowns as the Oklahoma State Cowboys stole a 37-20 win. WVU did things they

2016-17 WVU basketball preview

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--After a disappointing loss to Stephen F. Austin in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the West Virginia University basketball team is ready to get back on the court and back in the saddle. Despite the ending, the Mountaineers had one of their best regular seasons. Their 26 wins

WVU’s receivers still looking to breakout

Morgantown, W.Va.--With a group of talented wide receivers like Shelton Gibson, Daikiel Shorts, Ka'Raun White and Jovon Durante on the field, opponents are in for a real threat when they face West Virginia University. But the Mountaineers receiving corps has yet to live up to its full potential. “My guys haven’t played

WVU’s defense still hoping to improve

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The 10th-ranked West Virginia University football team is off to a 6-0 start and a big reason why is the Mountaineers' defensive play. WVU's defense has shut down some of the country's top offenses on more than one occasion. The Mountaineers have allowed just  27 total points the last two weeks

WVU not letting success get to its head

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University football team is off to a 6-0 start for the first since the 2006 season. With success sometimes comes failure but the Mountaineers are trying to stay grounded amidst their success. "I think we have a group of kids who understands where we are, WVU head

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