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Huggins: leaving early for draft effects whole team

MORGANTOWN -- With multiple teams across the NCAA facing the effects of players leaving early for the draft and the Mountaineers feeling those effects with former WVU center, Sagaba Konate, head coach Bob Huggins expressed his frustration during an interview this off season. Huggins said everyone is so concerned about individual

Moved 3-point line, shot clock resetting rules among changes in college basketball

MORGANTOWN -- Curtis Shaw, coordinator of men's basketball officials, said it is an exciting time in college basketball. "In my 10 years in this role, 30 years in basketball, I'm most excited about what they did this year than anything for the good of the game, for the style of

Neal Brown gives injury update on key starters

MORGANTOWN -- Throughout the season, the Mountaineers have been dealing with the injury bug -- especially on the defense side of the ball -- and this week heading into the Thursday night Baylor matchup is no different At his weekly press conference Tuesday, Head Coach Neal Brown announced another blow to

Injury reports: Bush to enter transfer portal, VanDarius Cowan suffers season ending injury

MARTINSBURG — After fighting an injury and missing a game due to suspension, WVU junior wide receiver Tevin Bush has decided to enter the transfer portal, head coach Neal Brown announced at his weekly press conference Tuesday. “He’s has a rough few months,” Brown said. “Tevin is a good kid. He’s

Brown hopes to have “sound” injury update at Tuesday’s press conference

MORGANTOWN-- Injuries seem to be plaguing the Mountaineer football team with the most recent injury sustained to quarterback Austin Kendall. After just one offensive possession the redshirt junior was injured against Iowa State and was replaced by back up Jack Allison. Allison ended the game with 18 of 24 completions

Kendall still has Brown’s trust despite four interceptions

MORGANTOWN — WVU’s motto this season is all about “Trust the Climb.” That trust remains for quarterback Austin Kendall by his head coach. Following Saturday’s 42-31 loss, Head Coach Neal Brown shared the blame despite the redshirt junior’s four interceptions. “It’s a one-on-one game, and we lost some of those,

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