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Jarret Doege granted eligibility for 2019 season

Morgantown, W.V. - Mere hours before head coach Neal Brown addresses the media in his weekly coach's conference, another piece to the quarterback puzzle was found. Bowling Green State University quarterback transfer Jarret Doege got his answer from the NCAA on eligibility for the season. Doege is eligible to play in

Neal Brown talks Mountaineer football on The Jim Rome Show

Earlier this week, Neal Brown made an appearance on The Jim Rome Show, reflecting on the history of the Mountaineer football program as well as touching on the unique recruiting and geographic situation that comes into play at West Virginia. As most fans can immediately recall, there have been multiple years

Football team takes trip to coal mine, pays respect to West Virginia’s culture

Wednesday afternoon the West Virginia football team took a trip that will remain long on their mind after the days on the gridiron are done. The Mountaineers took a short drive from campus to visit the Leer Mining Complex in Grafton. Coach Neal Brown came into Morgantown with a determination

WVU ready to unleash Two-Headed Monster in Culver, Tshiebwe

MORGANTOWN W.Va - West Virginia basketball will sit in a unique position during the 2019-2020 season, where they can potentially have the luxury of two dominant bigs working the glass for rebounds at the same time. In the past, the Mountaineers have held a solid list of bigs that dominated the

Rasul Douglas Drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in 3rd Round

By Dave Ackermann (The Orchestrater) (Feature Photo Credit Ben Queen USA Today Sports) All-American Rasul Douglas CB; (SR), 6'2 203 Pounds, East Orange, NJ was drafted 99th in the third round by the Philadelphia Eagles. An interesting tweet from before the draft yesterday from Tonio Crawford about Rasul: Tonio Crawford Tweet: A year ago @rd13_era

Detailed Look at the Spring FB Depth Chart

By Dave Ackermann (The Orchestrator) (Feature Photo by Kelsie LeRose of BGS) WVU released the Spring Media Guide and included in the information was a complete Spring Depth Chart. Let's take a look at the starting depth at various positions for the 2017 Mountaineer Football Team. OFFENSE: Most writers might start with the QB position

West Virginia legend Hot Rod Hundley passes away

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Former West Virginia basketball legend “Hot Rod” Hundley has passed away on Friday at the age of 80. Hundley was born in Charleston, W.Va. in 1934. He was a star at the old Thomas Jefferson Junior High and Charleston High Schools, where he won championships at both. Hundley went on to play at West

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