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Bruce Irvin and a winning culture goes hand-in-hand

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Bruce Irvin has found himself a part of many winning teams since coming to West Virginia. As his career is now flourishing in the NFL, it appears that Irvin finds himself winning wherever he goes. In his first year with the Oakland Raiders, after coming from Super Bowl champions Seattle Seahawks,

WVU’s Brown wanted to be the difference MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Christian Brown came to West Virginia University in 2012 with hopes of making a difference and he has done just that. "He's solid," defensive line coach Bruce Tall said. "He can play both nose and end. And he can really push the pocket. He helps us being able to do

No. 19 WVU routs New Hampshire in NIT Season Tip-Off Opener

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Behind Esa Ahmad's 14 points and eight rebounds, No. 19 West Virginia University pounded the University of New Hampshire 100-41 in the opening game of the NIT Season Tip-off on Sunday afternoon at the Coliseum. "I think that's the best Esa's played," head coach Bob Huggins said. "I think that's

No. 19 WVU hosts New Hampshire in first game of NIT Season Tip-off

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The 19th-ranked West Virginia University basketball team will get its first real challenge of the season when the University of New Hampshire comes to town on Sunday afternoon. The Mountaineers (2-0) are coming off two blowout wins over Mount St. Mary's and Mississippi Valley State, where head coach Bob Huggins

WVU’s defense faces another tough challenge in Oklahoma

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--It's all on the line on Saturday night when No. 8 Oklahoma comes to town to take on No. 10 West Virginia University. The Sooners are looking to lay claim to another Big 12 title while the Mountaineers are looking to prove they belong. If WVU hopes to shut up the

No.19 WVU cruises past MVSU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Nathan Adrian notched his first career double-double as No.19 West Virginia University toppled Mississippi Valley State 107-66 on Monday night at the Coliseum. Adrian had 15 points, 14 boards, six assists and two steals for the Mountaineers. Lamont West and Teyvon Myers both scored career-bests 12 points. Esa Ahmad tallied 10

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