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Analysis: TCU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Neal Brown and the Mountaineers passed up their win total from a year ago after running over the Horned Frogs 24-6 on Saturday.  Jarrett Doege’s decision-making - Doege has the decision-making of an elite quarterback. His offensive leadership was shown at full potential against TCU. I would compare him to

Analysis: West Virginia v Texas

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- The Longhorns escaped with a narrow victory over the Mountaineers this past Saturday 17-13. The game was ultimately decided by a missed pass interference call when West Virginia was threatening inside the five-yard line on fourth down.   The offense let us down – Yes. They had some bright spots, but they

Analysis: Mountaineers top the Wildcats

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- West Virginia ran over Kansas State 37-10 on Saturday. The Mountaineers showcased a complete game and reminded the Wildcats why they have the number one defense in the country.   Both sides of the ball showed up to play! - As a Mountaineer fan, it has always been the struggle

WVU outlasts Baylor in overtime 27-21

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- If you were looking for an offensive show, then you wouldn’t find it in Morgantown. The Mountaineers used a stout defense and overcame four turnovers to top Baylor in overtime on Saturday afternoon 27-21.   After the first drive from West Virginia, you would’ve thought they had the Baylor defense figured

Oklahoma State: Game Preview

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- The 15th ranked Cowboys had their hands full last week against Tulsa. They managed to escape the season opener with a 16-7 win against the Golden Hurricane.   Oklahoma State is coming off an eight-win season in 2019 behind Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year Chuba Hubbard and Second

Mountaineers top Eastern Kentucky Colonels in season opener

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Leddie Brown and Alec Sinkfield showed that the Mountaineers run game is back, Jarrett Doege threw for 228 yards and three touchdown passes and West Virginia beat Eastern Kentucky 56-10 Saturday.   The pair of backs both ran for 123 yards and two touchdowns apiece. A massive improvement from

Mountaineers Offensive Line Preview

Photo: Caleb Saunders MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- When you think of the Big 12 conference the first thing that should come to mind is offense. The big men in the trenches are the deciding factor to how well a team will execute its offense.   The Mountaineers have three returning starters on the offensive

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