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Former Mountaineer OL Josh Sills to transfer to Oklahoma State

MORGANTOWN W.Va. - After entering the NCAA transfer portal earlier this month, redshirt Junior offensive lineman Josh Sills announced his decision to stay in the Big 12 and join the Oklahoma State football program with this Twitter post, Tuesday morning. https://twitter.com/josh_sills73/status/1212017325987258368 The 6-6 redshirt junior played in just two games for the

McBride named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week

Morgantown, W.Va. - On the heels of an Ohio State upset, freshman guard Miles McBride has been named the Big 12 conference's Newcomer of the Week. McBride was an integral part in West Virginia's 67-59 upset over the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Cleveland Classic Sunday afternoon. The Ohio native

West Virginia basketball jumps to number 16 in AP Poll

Sunday's win over the formerly number two team in the country, the Ohio State Buckeyes, may be the biggest win for West Virginia basketball in the past five years. The win proved to be extremely impressive to the Associated Press, as West Virginia took a big jump up

No. 22 WVU stuns No. 2 Ohio State in Roman Cleveland Classic

CLEVELAND--Miles "Deuce" McBride scored a career-high 21 points as No. 22 WVU upset No. 2 Ohio State, 67-59, on Sunday afternoon in the Roman Cleveland Classic. The Mountaineers (11-1) fell behind 37-28 after Luther Muhammad hit a 3 with 58 seconds to go in the first half. However, WVU refused to

No. 22 WVU battles No. 2 Ohio State in Roman Cleveland Classic

CLEVELAND, Ohio--West Virginia travels to Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse on Sunday to take on No. 2 Ohio State at noon in what would be a NCAA Tournament resume-building victory. The 22nd-ranked Mountaineers (10-1) are off to an impressive start but have looked sloppy and unfocused at times. Against Youngstown State, WVU lacked

Football fans take to social media to voice opinions on opening in coaching staff

Over the past weekend, football head coach Neal Brown took to Twitter to announce the first (and hopefully last) coaching staff departure following the 2019 season. Coach Brown announced that receivers coach Xavier Dye would be leaving the program just ten months after getting to Morgantown. Dye is taking his

Men’s hoops continues to move up in AP Poll

Morgantown, W.Va. - Monday afternoon another week's AP Top 25 Poll was released for men's basketball. For the second week in a row. the West Virginia' men's basketball team was ranked, climbing three spots from last week. Going into Christmas, the Mountaineers are now ranked 22nd in the AP Poll.

Receivers coach Xavier Dye takes job elsewhere

Morgantown, W.Va. - Saturday afternoon via twitter, head coach Neal Brown announced a departure from his coaching staff; which was formalized just ten months ago. Coach Xavier Dye, receivers coach, is leaving West Virginia to take the same position at the University of South Florida under new head coach Jeffrey

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