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What Defensive Players To Keep An Eye on During the Spring Game

On Saturday afternoon, the West Virginia football team is hosting their 2021 spring game at Milan Puskar Stadium in front of a capacity of 25 percent of fans. The defense has gone through some changes after the Liberty Bowl win over Army, so let's preview the defensive side of the ball

Allen Returns on WVU Strength and Conditioning Staff

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – (April 19, 2021) - West Virginia University football has announced the hiring of Chris Allen asAssistant Director of Strength and Conditioning/Director of Speed Development. “I am excited that Chris has returned to West Virginia to rejoin the Mountaineer football family and our strength and conditioning coaching staff,” Mike Joseph, assistant

Neal Brown Dubs Jarret Doege as ‘Most Improved’

As the Mountaineers headed into the locker room during the 2020 Liberty Bowl against Army, WVU head coach Neal Brown made a risky decision benching Jarret Doege for backup Austin Kendall. Now, Brown notes Doege as one of the most improved on the football team during the spring practices. “He [Doege]

Mountaineer Duo Named to Hampshire Honor Society

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (April 16, 2021) – West Virginia University linebacker Jake Abbott and long snapper Kyle Poland were named to the Hampshire Honor Society by The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame, today, as announced by the organization.       The Hampshire Honor Society is comprised of college football players from all

Running Back Group Looks To Run It Back in 2021

Following a breakout season from Leddie Brown, the WVU running back group will look to carry momentum into the 2021 season. "The biggest thing we're trying to accomplish is being able to have success in different run schemes," WVU running backs coach Chad Scott said. "Two years ago, we were really

Bryce Ford-Wheaton Looks For Consistency in Junior Season

Following a solid sophomore campaign, wide receiver Bryce Ford-Wheaton is looking to continue to step up his game, as he prepares for his second season with West Virginia. In the 2020 season, Ford-Wheaton finished with 27 receptions on 416 yards, with three touchdowns. Ford-Wheaton—as a redshirt sophomore—appeared in eight games, including

West Virginia Adds 2022 Prospect Jarel Williams

On Thursday afternoon, 2022 prospect Jarel Williams announced his commitment to the WVU football program. Williams announced his decision on Twitter. https://twitter.com/JarelWilliams8/status/1380196504682565637?s=20 Williams is a 3-star wide receiver prospect from Saraland, Alabama. The 6-foot-3 athlete also had offers from Central Florida, Southern Missouri and Tennessee. In his junior season, Williams recorded 26 receptions

WVU Focusing on Leadership this Spring

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Heading into his third season as the head coach of the West Virginia University football team, Neal Brown is implementing new changes to help get the Mountaineers to the top of the Big 12 standings. Brown and his coaching staff have made strides of improvement but they really want

WVU’s Addae Is Older, Wise and Ready to Lead the Defense

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Because of COVID-19, the 2020 football season was one like no other. It saw games postponed and canceled, empty or near empty football stadiums, media sessions via zoom and all the social distancing techniques that were implemented. It was a difficult season for everyone but it gave West Virginia senior

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