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WVU adds international commit

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- West Virginia has decided to go to Europe for help with the 2021 recruiting class. The Mountaineers offered tight end Victor Wikstrom from Sweden while he was attending a camp in Morgantown back in June. On Thursday, the 6-foot-3, 225-pounder announced his commitment to WVU on Twitter. He had offers

WVU’s big brother program strives to help incoming freshman

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—Since coming to West Virginia, head coach Neal Brown has been about team bonding, family and implementing the Mountaineers' Big Brother program further adds to that. The program started this year and allows incoming freshman to be paired up with an upperclassman that knows the ropes. It helps make the

Mountaineers relish underdog role on gridiron

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--On Wednesday the Big 12 Media Preseason Poll came out and West Virginia was picked to finish eighth while ESPN's Football Power Index has the Mountaineers listed as a favorite in just two games. It's a rebuilding year in Morgantown. Head coach Neal Brown took the reigns over in January. Superstar players

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