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Josh Lambert named to Groza Award Watch List

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- West Virginia University placekicker Josh Lambert has been named to the Lou Groza Award Watch List by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission on Thursday. Lambert was a finalist for the award in 2014 and is one of thirty kickers on the list. The junior joins last year's winner

Tyler Orlosky Named to Rimington Trophy Spring Watch List

Morgantown, W.Va.-- West Virginia's junior center Tyler Orlosky was awarded a spot today on the 2015 Rimington Trophy watch list, which includes 63 of the best centers in Division I football. The players selected had a productive 2014 season and are predicted to excel in the upcoming 2015-2016 season. Therefore, as

WVU safety Karl Joseph named to Bednarik watch list

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—West Virginia Mountaineers’ safety Karl Joseph was named to the watch list for the 21st annual Bednarik Award, as announced by the Maxwell Football Club on Tuesday. The Bednarik Award has been presented to the College Defensive Player of the Year since 1995. Chuck Bednarik was a former football standout

WVU’s Kadeisha Buchanan wins Women’s World Cup Young Player Award

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- WVU's Kadeisha Buchanan received the 2015 Hyundai Young Player Award at the FIFA Women's World Cup for her work on the Canadian National Team. Buchanan was one of three nominated for the award. Norwegian forward Ada Hegerberg and Chinese midfielder Jiali Tang were the other nominees. The 19-year-old center back from

WVU In Negotiations With Multiple ACC Schools

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WVU is continuing to fill its future non-conference schedules and reports indicate the Mountaineers are looking toward a conference they once desired to be a part of. BGS has verified reports from both The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Palm Beach Post that WVU is in talks with both Florida State University

In-State Commit Reese Donahue Embraces His Responsibility

As the talent pool within the state of West Virginia continues to rise the responsibility of representing the state increases. No one knows that better than Cabell Midland senior defensive end Reese Donahue. The 6'5 245 lb WVU commit is arguably the best football recruit in the state. Verbally committing to

Former Mountaineer Garrison Finds a New Home

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Former Mountaineer running back Dustin Garrison announced via Twitter this evening that he will be playing for Fresno State this coming season. Officially gonna be a Bulldog next season. I'm beyond excited to get back on the field! #blessed pic.twitter.com/Go7UpVgfqm — Dustin Garrison (@DG__29) June 29, 2015 Garrison announced he would be transferring

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