Morgantown, W.VA. - Over the weekend, the United States was home to hurt, anger, inequality and an extreme amount of sadness as a result of the murder of George Floyd in Minnesota. Floyd's murder set off a large chain of peaceful protests and unfortunately an array of violence, riots and
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (May 29, 2020) - With the country and state starting to reopen from the COVID-19 pandemic, the West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics has initiated a phased approach to bringing its football staff and student-athletes back to campus. The Big 12 Conference announced last week that football student-athletes could
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University football team picked up a big commitment on Thursday from defensive end Brayden Dudley. The Hoschton (Ga.) Mill Creek lineman chose the Mountaineers over Michigan State, Central Florida, East Carolina and others. Dudley is the ninth commitment in the 2021 recruiting class. He is 6-foot-3 and 250-pounds.
Morgantown, W.VA. - Head football coach Neal Brown has been hinting for several weeks that the team's Fifth Quarter program would be officially unveiled soon and this past week the university did just that. The West Virginia football program's new venture, Fifth Quarter, is entirely about the setting up the
Late afternoon Wednesday, the NCAA reportedly gave college sports fans one of the best pieces of news since ESPN released The Last Dance early. According to a report by Pete Thamel and Yahoo Sports, the NCAA has approved the return of in-person sports activities for three college sports starting June
Morgantown, W.VA. - This past weekend was earmarked as a weekend that all college students and student-athletes mark on their calendars and look forward to; gradation. Due to the national situation with the global outbreak of COVID-19, graduation ceremonies were taken online. This virtual graduation did not stop Neal Brown