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Oklahoma State: Game Preview

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- The 15th ranked Cowboys had their hands full last week against Tulsa. They managed to escape the season opener with a 16-7 win against the Golden Hurricane.   Oklahoma State is coming off an eight-win season in 2019 behind Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year Chuba Hubbard and Second

Blue Gold Sports Staff Predictions: Oklahoma State

Check out our staff predictions below: Ashley O'Brien: The Mountaineers are looking to make up for last year's close call in Morgantown after the Cowboys struggled against Tulsa last week. This game is not going to be pretty, but I suspect the Mountaineers to find a way to win, with

Breaking: Neal Brown Named Honorary Coach of AFCA Good Works Team

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (September 23, 2020) – The American Football Coaches Association announced today that West Virginia University head coach Neal Brown has been named honorary head coach of 2020 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team for his leadership in the Morgantown community and his commitment to education, developing future leaders and giving

WVU’s Alonzo Addae ready to continue the family name

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--In West Virginia's season opener against Eastern Kentucky, Alonzo Addae made national waves with his SportsCenter Top 10 diving interception. The play may have brought flashbacks to another Addae that was a defensive stud on the gridiron, current co-defensive coordinator Jahmile. Following in his cousin's footsteps, Alonzo showed a similar

WVU coaches and players talk Oklahoma State

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--See what WVU coaches and players had to say about this week's game against Oklahoma State. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27mcJ7oX70Y&feature=youtu.be https://youtu.be/ZsAoe1gHahs https://youtu.be/6V4m55kaBF4 https://youtu.be/8UwaJ_Sv_mg https://youtu.be/hxV9IWnWzB0 https://youtu.be/fVv2IX2n_hw Cover Photo Credit: Caleb Saunders-WVU Football

Coach Brown’s Corner: Cowboys have familiar face on offense, Mountaineers look for more improvement in game two

Morgantown, W.VA. - Football head coach Neal Brown met the media via Zoom Tuesday afternoon ahead of West Virginia's first road trip for the football season. Brown and the Mountaineers travel to Stillwater, Oklahoma this weekend to take on a Cowboys team who visibly struggled to win over the

WVU Depth Chart Game Two v Oklahoma State

Offense PositionFirstSecondWR (X)Bryce Ford-WheatonSean RyanWR (H)Winston Wright Jr.Isaiah EsdaleLTJunior UzebuBrandon YatesLGJames GmiterBlaine ScottCChase BehrndtZach FrazierRGMichael BrownJordan WhiteRTJohn HughesBriason MaysTE (Y)T.J. Banks orMike O'LaughlinSLOTReese SmithT.J. SimmonsWR (Z)Sam JamesSam Brown orAli JenningsQBJarret DoegeAustin KendallRB (F)Leddie BrownAlec Sinkfield Defense PositionFirstSecondDTDante StillsAkheem MesidorNTDarius StillsQuay Mays orJordan JeffersonDEJeffery Pooler Jr.Jalen ThorntonBANDITJared Bartlett orVanDarius CowanWLBJosh Chandler-SemedoExree LoeMLBTony Fields IIDylan

Seahawks’ Bruce Irvin done for season after Sunday’s injury

Seattle, WA. - West Virginia alum Bruce Irvin has reunited with the Seattle Seahawks this season, playing in the team's victory over the New England Patriots Sunday night. During Sunday night's victory, the linebacker went down late in the game with an injury. Reports on Monday from ESPN's Adam

Breaking: No Spectators for Baylor Game

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (September 21, 2020) - The West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, in conjunction with University, local and state officials, has determined that football’s Big 12 Conference home opener against Baylor on Oct. 3 will take place without spectators at Milan Puskar Stadium. Due to safety precautions from the COVID-19

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