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Former Mountaineer OL Josh Sills to transfer to Oklahoma State

MORGANTOWN W.Va. - After entering the NCAA transfer portal earlier this month, redshirt Junior offensive lineman Josh Sills announced his decision to stay in the Big 12 and join the Oklahoma State football program with this Twitter post, Tuesday morning. https://twitter.com/josh_sills73/status/1212017325987258368 The 6-6 redshirt junior played in just two games for the

Panthers fans may be ready for Grier at QB

Charlotte, N.C. - The Saturday of the 2019 NFL Draft weekend will always be a special moment for Mountaineer Will Grier, as he was the most recent quarterback picked by the Carolina Panthers since Cam Newton in 2011. The Panthers organization looks vastly different from that late April weekend and

West Virginia Football: Darius Stills returning for senior year

Less than a week after their 2019 season ended, the West Virginia Mountaineers football team was treated to some good news on Friday afternoon. Defensive lineman Darius Stills announced he will be returning to West Virginia for his senior year. https://twitter.com/DariusStills56/status/1203074986270957568 Sills had a very impressive season in 2019, and is passing

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

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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