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Former Gridder Named Director of Player Relations

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (January 22, 2021) – West Virginia University coach Neal Brown has announced that former Mountaineer student-athlete Freddie E. Little III has joined the WVU football program as the director of player relations. “I am excited that Freddie has joined the WVU football program as our director of player relations,”

WVU Vs. Army: Interview With Jim Ashley

On the 31st of December, the West Virginia Mountaineers stormed into Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium to fight off against the Army Black Knights. From the stands in Memphis, "Is our defense going to be ready for the Triple Option," long time Mountaineer fan, Jim Ashley, asked himself. The longtime fan

Leddie Brown Returning to WVU Next Season

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia running back Leddie Brown announced via his Twitter on Wednesday after that he was returning next season. In 10 games last season, the 5-foot-11, 210-pound junior averaged 101 yards per game and scored nine touchdowns. Against Kansas, he rushed for a season-high 195 yards. Brown had two touchdowns

Karl Joseph makes play of game in Browns playoff loss

The Cleveland Browns were one possession away from going to this year's AFC Championship game on Sunday in Kansas City. Just a week out from the Browns beating the Steelers, the Cleveland Browns were four quarters away from going to the conference championship against the Buffalo Bills. In a game

Press Release: Brown Named to AFCA Board of Trustees

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (January 12, 2021) – West Virginia University coach Neal Brown was one of three coaches elected to the American Football Coaches Association’s Board of Trustees by members attending the virtual 2021 AFCA Convention today as announced by the organization. Brown will represent the Big 12 Conference, Louisiana coach Billy Napier

Stills is a Consensus All-American

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (January 8, 2021) – West Virginia University senior defensive tackle Darius Stills has been recognized as a Consensus All-America, one of the college football’s top honors earned by a player, as determined by the NCAA,  “This is a proud moment for Darius, his family and the WVU football program,” WVU coach

Stills Named Walter Camp All-American

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (January 7, 2021) – West Virginia University senior defensive tackle Darius Stills was named to the Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America second team, as announced by the organization. Stills, the 2020 Big 12 Conference Defensive Lineman of the Year, becomes the 24th Mountaineer to be named to Walter Camp’s All-America team.

Report: Marshall list consists of current and former WVU coaches

Marshall announced on Monday that they will be forming a search committee to help identify potential replacements for Doc Holliday who announced that same day that his contract with the University will be allowed to expire at the end of June 2021. While what happens at Marshall rarely affects WVU,

Twelve Days of Mountaineers Day Twelve: The Mountaineers are Liberty Bowl Champs

Well, we've reached the end of our Twelve Days of Mountaineers. We've seen overtimes, basketball tournaments, no-hitters and lots of "Country Roads" sung. What's one of the most exciting Mountaineer moments in 2020? The AutoZone Liberty Bowl versus the Army Black Knights. On Sunday, December 20, the Mountaineers received their bowl

Twelve Days of Mountaineers Day Ten: WVU Outlasts Baylor in Double OT

The tenth day of the Twelve Days of Mountaineers highlights one of the most exciting and stressful games of the season. The Mountaineers hosted Baylor in their first Big 12 game in Morgantown on Oct. 3. West Virginia was up 14-7 late in the fourth quarter when Charlie Brewer led

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