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Neal Brown: Bye week comes at a good time and there is still a lot of football to be played

After starting the season 2-4, West Virginia head coach Neal Brown knows his team is struggling, but also recognizes with the bye week comes opportunity to get better. Reality Check After losing to Baylor 45-20, and losing three straight conference games, Brown knows they are in a tough spot, but also

WVU Sports Weekly: WVU has rough week across all sports

West Virginia athletics had a rough past week and weekend. Soccer struggled, football really struggled, and rifle was the only team to pick up a win over the weekend. No. 9 women's soccer traveled to the Sunflower State to face both Kansas State and Kansas. On Thursday, the Mountaineers battled

Geno Smith Makes Mark in Quarter of Action on Thursday

The Mountaineers have had numerous NFL players stop through Morgantown for their collegiate careers including current Seahawks backup quarterback Geno Smith. Smith got his first game time action since the 2020 season after starting quarterback Russell Wilson went down with a sprained finger in the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s matchup with

Mountaineers Not Enough For Bears In Third-Straight Big 12 Loss

The West Virginia football team came out flat in all aspects of their game against Baylor on Saturday ultimately falling, 45-20. The game put in the loss column marks the Mountaineers third-straight defeat to Big 12 teams here in the end of September and early October after dropping matchups to then No.

West Virginia Offense Better Equipped with Return of O’Laughlin

Mike O’Laughlin has been through a lot in four years at West Virginia.  O’Laughlin has dealt with a change in position, a body transformation, a coaching change, and multiple injuries since arriving to campus in 2018.  In 2018, former WVU head coach Dana Holgorsen brought in Mike O’Laughlin from Fenwick High School in Illinois as a 6-foot-5 wide receiver.  In his freshman season in

WVU Releases Uniforms for Baylor

The 2-3 West Virginia Mountaineers have announced their uniform combination for the upcoming game against Baylor on Saturday. WVU will be going with blue helmets, white jerseys, and white pants. https://twitter.com/wvufootball/status/1446245200381112324?s=21 This combination is a very common one for the Mountaineers, so the list of times worn is lengthy. The most recent times

WVU hoping to turn its season around against Baylor

When West Virginia travels to Waco, Texas, this Saturday, they will be looking to do something head coach feels they have yet to do all season: play well for a full game. Currently, the Mountaineers are 2-3, after losing their first two conference matchups of the year to Oklahoma and Texas

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