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Brandon Knapper working to be a presence in WVU’s backcourt

Brandon Knapper (2) averaged 5.0 points and 1.4 assists as a redshirt freshman. (Cover Photo Credit: Shanna Rose, BGS) For Brandon Knapper, his tenure at West Virginia has been full of ups and downs but the redshirt sophomore is ready to make a difference for a team that struggled substantially. During the 2017-18

WVU ready to unleash Two-Headed Monster in Culver, Tshiebwe

MORGANTOWN W.Va - West Virginia basketball will sit in a unique position during the 2019-2020 season, where they can potentially have the luxury of two dominant bigs working the glass for rebounds at the same time. In the past, the Mountaineers have held a solid list of bigs that dominated the

Bob Huggins and players discuss practice for Spain

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins and players discuss the team's upcoming trip to Spain. Cover Photo Credit: Shanna Rose, BGS

West Virginia to renew many historic rivalries in upcoming seasons

On February 22nd, Shane Lyons announced a home and home series with the University of Alabama in 2026, only adding to the already high excitement of Mountaineer fans as the Neal Brown era starts in Morgantown. While the series with the Tide is still years away, some of our favorite

WVU adds in-state kicker

West Virginia added in-state kicker Kaulin Parris to its 2020 recruiting class. Last season Parris connected on 6-6 field goal attempts with a long of 43. He was 69-of-71 on point after touchdowns and hit a total of 39 of his 67 kickoffs for touchbacks. Parris had preferred walk on offers from

A good explanation for Sagaba Konate’s early departure

An underlying question has seemed to float throughout the West Virginia University basketball fanbase since this past April, asking: Why did Sagaba Konate decide to declare for the NBA so early?  Did he leave because he didn't appreciate his role in the program? Did he recognize that powerhouse freshman Oscar Tshiebwe

Three concerns for WVU heading into the season

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Heading into every football season, teams have their questions but West Virginia has a new coaching staff and a lot of new faces on this season's squad, raising lots of concerns in several areas. Quarterbacks The Mountaineers are without quarterback Will Grier. Last season he finished fourth in the Heisman Trophy

Staley Named to Groza Award and Wuerffel Trophy Watch Lists

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia University junior kicker Evan Staley has been named to the Lou Groza Award and the Wuerffel Trophy Watch Lists as announced by their organizations. Staley handled the Mountaineers' field goal, extra point and kickoff duties for the 2018 season after taking over in the Oklahoma State game during the

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