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WVU summer basketball notebook

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--On Wednesday afternoon, West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins met with members of the media to talk about the team's summer practices and upcoming trip to Spain. Hard work pays off: As of the beginning of summer forward Logan Routt is back on scholarship for his senior season. On the mend: After the

Jacksonville to sign former Mountaineer Marcus Simms

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--After going undrafted in the NFL's Supplemental Draft, former West Virginia wide receiver Marcus Simms is set to sign with the Jacksonville Jaguars. According to's Tom Pelissero, the 6-foot, 194-pound wide will join with the team, pending a physical on Thursday. Simms elected to enter the transfer portal in April before ultimately deciding

Mountaineers add JUCO defensive lineman Quay Mays

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--For the 2020 recruiting class, West Virginia picked up junior college defensive tackle Quay Mays on Tuesday. Mays has two years of eligibility remaining and is expected to enroll in January. Currently, the 6-foot-2, 290-pound defensive lineman attends Northwest Mississippi Community College. He only played one season of high school football

WVU picked to finish eighth in Media Preseason Poll

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--After losing several clutch players, the West Virginia University football team is picked to finish eighth in the 2019 Big 12 Football Media Preseason Poll. The Mountaineers lost starting quarterback Will Grier along with starting wide receivers Gary Jennings, David Sills and Marcus Simms. Last season's Big 12 Defensive Player of

Big 12 Announces Media Preseason Football Team

Big 12 Announces Media Preseason Football Team Irving, Texas - The Big 12 Conference has announced its 2019 Preseason All-Big 12 Football Team and individual awards, chosen by media representatives who cover the league. The Big 12 media preseason poll will be released on Wednesday followed by the annual Big 12 Football

WVU not worried about recent transfers

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Over the summer the West Virginia football team suffered several transfers, some coming from big named players like Marcus Simms, Derrek Pitts and Kenny Robinson. While questions and concerns arise amongst fans, transfers are not uncommon in college athletics, especially after major changes. Losing teammates isn't easy for anyone but the Mountaineers

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