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WVU finishes season with win over TCU

FORT WORTH, Texas--Isaiah Esdale caught a huge touchdown pass and West Virginia's defense stood tall twice, lifting the Mountaineers to a 20-17 victory over TCU on Friday afternoon. Esdale caught a 35-yard touchdown pass from Jarret Doege with 2:10 left to give WVU (5-7, 3-6 Big 12) the lead. The game-winning drive

Mountaineers look to thwart Horned Frogs’ bowl plans

Fort Worth, TX. - Black Friday this year may mean more than shopping for the next best sweater or television deal this year; it's a chance to be a dark spot on TCU's 2019 season for the Mountaineers. West Virginia takes on Texas Christian late afternoon on Black Friday in

WVU downs Wichita State, wins Cancun Challenge

CANCUN, Mexico—On the Eve of Thanksgiving and Oscar Tsheibwe's 20th birthday, the Mountaineers shocked the Wichita State Shockers and will leave Cancun as the Cancun Challenge Champions. The men's hoops team topped the Shockers in a 75-63 win Wednesday night. For a team that won just 15 games last season, going

Coach Brown’s Corner: All Eyes on Friday’s Finale against Horned Frogs

Morgantown, W. Va. - Head coach Neal Brown and his Mountaineers have a short work week this Thanksgiving week. The Mountaineers will travel to Fort Worth, Texas for their season finale matchup Friday against the TCU Horned Frogs. Coach Brown met with the media Monday afternoon to discuss the team's

Saturday’s Oklahoma State game a finale for seniors

Morgantown, W.Va. - Saturday's 20-13 loss against the Oklahoma State Cowboys was the final home game of the 2019 season. It was also the final home game for 22 seniors. Senior Day marks the end of an era for those 22 Mountaineers, suiting up at Milan Puskar for the last

Brown, Hubbard lead Cowboys past Mountaineers

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Mountaineers fell to the Oklahoma State Cowboys Saturday night by a score of 20-13, to fall to 5-7 on the season.  Heading into the game, fans knew a key for having success trying to stop the Oklahoma State offense would revolve around limiting the Cowboys Heisman candidate running

Josh Norwood’s WVU career comes to an end

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--On Saturday afternoon, Josh Norwood made a highlight reel interception but was injured on the play. It turns out the play was the last the senior safety's career at WVU. .@WVUfootball's Josh Norwood puts his body on the line with an acrobatic interception 👏 pic.twitter.com/1ZKDoB4Hfx— ESPN Player (@espnplayer) November 18,

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