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WVU coaches and players talk win over James Madison

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- Check out what West Virginia coaches and players had to say after the Mountaineers win over James Madison on Saturday.

New targeting, overtime rules to be implemented this season

MARTINSBURG – For the 2019-20 season, the NCAA has introduced a new targeting rule and overtime rule as the league continues to address player safety. Greg Burks, Big 12 coordinator of officials, said the rules for NCAA football is done on a two year cycle, with this being an off year. Therefore, only rules

Neal Brown Begins His Climb With His First Game Against James Madison

Climb. That has been Neal Brown’s slogan for his short tenure at West Virginia. The climb started from the second Brown got in Morgantown. His impact has instantly been felt on the recruiting ground and the team morale. The first test however for Brown as a coach starts tomorrow. The

Sam James and Sean Ryan Will be Favorite Targets for Austin Kendall

West Virginia opens their 2019 football campaign this Saturday, August 31 at home against James Madison. The Mountaineers lost a ton of key players from last season and have to replace a lot of talent at several positions. One of those positions is receiver, but what if I told you that the talent may be just as good

With his own offense to run, more vocal Austin Kendall ready to lead Mountaineers in Big 12

MORGANTOWN W.Va- Just weeks ago, the starting quarterback job remained up in the air, and the uncertainty of Mountaineer fans started to increase for the upcoming season without a named starter. Now with Austin Kendall having fully taken over the huddle, his teammates and coaches have noticed a much different,

Country Roads Podcast: JMU Preview and Beginning of the Neal Brown Era

The 2019 season finally kicks off on Saturday against JMU. The Dukes are coming in looking to ruin Head Coach Neal Brown’s debut at Mountaineer Field. Listen in as host Layne Sheppard previews the game, touches on the beginning of the Neal Brown tenure and discusses the direction and expectations

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