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West Virginia faces Kansas to open Big 12 play as both teams come off of huge wins.

The Mountaineers looked like a completely different squad last week. The Jayhawks looked like a completely different squad last week. Something has to give when these teams face off in Lawrence on Saturday. Kansas broke its 48 road game loosing streak last week when they defeated Boston College in surprising

Podcast: NC State Recap and Kansas Preview

Listen in as I discuss WVU's monumental upset of the NC State Wolfpack. You'll hear what Neal Brown had to say about the win and what to expect this week in Lawrence, Kansas. iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/country-roads-podcast/id1442154870#episodeGuid=tag%3Asoundcloud%2C2010%3Atracks%2F683715523 Sound Cloud https://soundcloud.com/layne-sheppard/nc-state-recap-and-kansas-preview-1

With the first Koenning vs. Koenning matchup, an old family affair will be reignited in Lawrence

“It's kind of a long story,” West Virginia defensive coordinator responded when asked about his relation to Kansas offensive coordinator Les Koenning. “I've got three sons. Most everybody that's got boys knows they tend to fight a little bit when they get a little older. How the story goes -- back

McKivitz leads offensive line like a “dude”

MARTINSBURG -- WVU's offensive line has probably been the most criticized unit for the first two weeks of the season. After week two, Coach Neal Brown said changes were imminent not only on the line, but the all positions. The change in the lineup may have been greater than the

Coach Brown’s Corner: Mountaineers head to Lawrence after home win

Morgantown, W. Va. - Coach Neal Brown spent his Tuesday afternoon meeting with the local West Virginia media to discuss his team's victory over the N.C. State Wolfpack and the team's upcoming trip to Lawrence, Kansas to take on the Kansas Jayhawks. Brown opened the conference with a moment of

George Campbell is a “touchdown machine”

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--For George Campbell, his collegiate career has been filled with highs and lows. Going from a five-star recruit to being plagued by injuries at Florida State, the 6-foot-4, 183-pound wide out is getting his chance to shine at West Virginia and making the most of his opportunities. In

The Mad Hatter welcomes a little Mountaineer magic to Lawrence

Saturday in Morgantown found a little bit of that Mountaineer magic fans, players and coaches alike needed after the Missouri loss the week before. The forecast proclaimed a chance of rain, the professionals said West Virginia was playing at home as the underdogs; just the right mix for some magic

Freshman set the tone in ‘Trust the climb’ Movement against NC State

Last week, Neal Brown and the rest of the Mountaineer coaching staff preached energy. They told the media they were looking for a group of guys who had the physicality and courage they were looking for. It was announced at that time that true freshman Ali Jennings and Winston Wright

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