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Huggins and Players Discuss Season Ahead of Gold-Blue Debut

West Virginia men’s basketball head coach Bob Huggins and players Taz Sherman, Gabe Osabuohien, Sean McNeil and Isaiah Cottrell met with the media Thursday afternoon prior to the team’s Gold-Blue debut set to take place on Friday evening inside the Coliseum. The Mountaineers will be returning a strong core of guards

McNeil and Sherman Filling Leadership Roles this Season for Mountaineers

With the West Virginia men’s basketball team set to hold their annual Gold-Blue scrimmage this Friday at 7 p.m. there is excitement in the air surrounding the Coliseum and the men’s basketball team as a whole. A couple players that will lead this year’s Mountaineer squad include a pair of senior guards who

Geno Smith Makes Mark in Quarter of Action on Thursday

The Mountaineers have had numerous NFL players stop through Morgantown for their collegiate careers including current Seahawks backup quarterback Geno Smith. Smith got his first game time action since the 2020 season after starting quarterback Russell Wilson went down with a sprained finger in the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s matchup with

Mountaineers Not Enough For Bears In Third-Straight Big 12 Loss

The West Virginia football team came out flat in all aspects of their game against Baylor on Saturday ultimately falling, 45-20. The game put in the loss column marks the Mountaineers third-straight defeat to Big 12 teams here in the end of September and early October after dropping matchups to then No.

Former WVU Pitcher Alek Manoah Completes First Season With Blue Jays

The West Virginia baseball team has had a knack for producing top pitching talent from high school arms into professional baseball level players that take the league by storm. One of those top pitchers that has made a splash in major league baseball this season has been Toronto Blue Jays righty hurler Alek Manoah. Manoah’s most

Neal Brown Not Pleased With West Virginia’s First Half Performance

The Mountaineers endured their third defeat of the season this year to Texas Tech on Saturday afternoon in a game in which both the offense and defense seemed to be missing in the first half. The second half deemed to be a different story as West Virginia delivered with 17 unanswered points in the third

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