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Could Longhorns schedule help Mountaineers bring the upset?

Morgantown, W. Va - It's Monday after one of those dreaded weeks during the college football season; bye week. Bye weeks can come into the football fan's life in a varying array of ways; good after a loss to recover, time to assess injuries, ride the high of a late

Pat McAfee officially welcomed back to campus by Neal Brown

MORGANTOWN W.Va- Pat McAfee is a beloved member of Mountaineer nation and although that hasn't always been reciprocated by fans, he has always represented the state of WV wherever his career has taken him. In a heartfelt segment of his ‘Pat McAfee Show 2.0’ podcast, McAfee openly discussed the reasons why

Podcast: Kansas Recap and What is going on in Houston?!

Listen in as I recap the Big 12 win in Lawrence and dive into the controversial use of NCAA rules by former Head Coach, Dana Holgorsen, in Houston. iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/country-roads-podcast/id1442154870#episodeGuid=tag%3Asoundcloud%2C2010%3Atracks%2F686913487 Sound Cloud https://soundcloud.com/layne-sheppard/kansas-recap-and-what-is-going-on-in-houston

Evan Staley wins Big 12 honors, player of the week awards announced

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- After defeating Kansas 29-24 Saturday, several Mountaineers were recognized for their parts in the victory including Evan Staley as Big 12 Special Teams Player of the week. Staley, who is a junior, finished the game with three field goals and had six kickoffs for an average of

Coach Brown’s Corner: Bye Week allows team to prepare for Texas-sized challenge

Morgantown, W. Va. -- The Mountaineers are on the heels of their first conference win, and road trip victory, as they roll into the first bye week of the season. Coach Brown's team escaped September with a 3-1 record, something many had not thought would happen after the Missouri blowout.

WVU inks Mazey to contract extension

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (Sept. 23, 2019) --West Virginia University Director of Athletics and Associate Vice President Shane Lyons has announced a three-year contract extension for baseball coach Randy Mazey that will run through the 2025 season. The extension puts Mazey under contract for the next six seasons with a base pay

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