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Oklahoma State QB Spencer Sanders ruled OUT against Mountaineers

Thursday afternoon it was announced that Oklahoma State starting quarterback Spencer Sanders will undergo surgery on his thumb, and will miss the rest of the 2019 football season. Sanders was taken out of the Cowboys game last week against Kansas for precautionary reasons while being later determined that surgery would be

Doege’s late-game heroics propel Mountaineers to victory over ranked K-State

MORGANTOWN W.Va- After an unsettling opening play touchdown to start the afternoon in the little apple, the Mountaineers settled in and rallied behind newcomer Jarret Doege late in the game to earn their fourth win of the season and keep their hopes of bowl eligibility alive.  After earning his first start

Mountaineers prove too much for Pitt Panthers, win fourth straight ‘Brawl’

PITTSBURGH PA- In the 187th edition of the Backyard Brawl, the West Virginia Mountaineers pulled away from the Pitt Panthers in the second half by a score of 68-53, highlighted by a double-double performance by Oscar Tshiebwe. Despite a back and forth first-half that displayed little rhythm on either side due

It’s ‘Meet me there, beat me there’ with the Big 12’s newest formidable duo

MORGANTOWN W.Va- While the Stills brothers represent a typical brother rivalry in the United States, their situation is anything from ordinary. Darius and Dante Stills have both broken out during the 2019 season as two of the top defensive linemen in the Big 12, following in the footsteps of their father,

Coach Brown done letting youth be an excuse for the Mountaineer football team

MORGANTOWN W.Va- Just over halfway through Neal Brown's first season in Morgantown, he continues to build up his youthful Mountaineer team that includes first-year players all across the depth chart.  Despite the inexperience in 2019, coach Brown says he is done using the ‘F’ word. Freshman, that is. “I think it's a built-in

Former Alabama teammates playing their best football in 2019

When Mountaineer wide receiver T.J Simmons signed with Alabama to be a part of the 2016 class at Alabama along with Jalen Hurts, neither would have ever guessed that three years later the two would face off against each other in a Big 12 conference game. “Jalen and I go way

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