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West Virginia has golden chance to get back in the win column against Texas Tech

October went exactly as many thought it would for West Virginia. The Mountaineers went 0-4 against arguably the best four teams in the conference. West Virginia fell to 3-5 heading into November following a tough loss against undefeated Baylor. Next up, they start a month in which WVU can only

Shorthanded West Virginia Looks to Shock The World Against Oklahoma

The West Virginia Mountaineers have reached the halfway point for the 2019 season. A season that started with minimal expectations has gone to script so far. The Mountaineers are currently 3-3 and have a daunting task ahead of them this weekend. Tomorrow’s game in Norman, Oklahoma against the fifth ranked

West Virginia Faces Texas on Homecoming Weekend

Many Mountaineers, past and present, will be heading to Morgantown for homecoming weekend. In a long awaited rematch of last year's instant classic the Longhorns come into Morgantown as heavy favorites. Both teams are coming off of a bye week and should be ready for a game that has turned

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

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

West Virginia’s upcoming trip to Spain should answer our key questions about next season

The West Virginia Mountaineers fell off the map a bit last season. After four straight NCAA tournament berths and three sweet sixteens in four years WVU entered the 2018-2019 slate ranked 13th in the country. An opening loss to Buffalo sent the Mountaineers into a season long spiral, finishing 15-21,

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