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Holgorsen addresses media ahead of fall ball

The Mountaineers football season is officially underway. Sunday afternoon brought about the team's first practice of the 2017 season and with that Dana Holgorsen returned to address the media. The head ball coach addressed the media ahead of the team's first practice and sounded hopeful and excited for the season

WVU undervalued in Big 12 media poll… again

  College football is less than two months away. This is the time of year that fans, players and coaches start to get excited knowing that they are still in the running for a National Title. It's also the time of year for the media preseason conference polls to roll out and that

Macon is Gone, Now What?

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Last year around this time there were rumors on both sides about Devin Williams. Some said Williams would be leaving to play overseas and others shot down that notion saying that “goggles guy” would return to the West Virginia basketball team for his senior campaign. Well, it turned out the

Crest returns, Smothers departs

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The Mountaineers football team has a new familiar face returning to the roster this spring. William Crest has returned to West Virginia as a wide receiver. Crest transferred from West Virginia in January and is now set to return to the university and football program. Crest received a medical redshirt

Holgorsen calls into Philly radio station to talk Mountaineers and Eagles

MORANTOWN, W.Va.--On Wednesday morning, Coach Dana Holgorsen was a call-in guest on Philadelphia's 97.5 The Fanatic to discuss the newest members of the Philadelphia Eagles organization, Rasul Douglas and Shelton Gibson. Holgorsen briefly discussed the two Mountaineers that will be soon moving northeast of Morgantown to Philly. Holgorsen sung the praises

Five Thoughts from the Spring Game and ESPN’s April Prediction

MORGANTOWN, W.Va--The West Virginia Mountaineers concluded their spring practices with this past Saturday's Gold-Blue scrimmage and even though the Blue won 44-21--based on the unconventional scoring system-- there was a lot to like for Mountaineer fans who attended or watched the game. Here are five observations that I took away from the

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