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Coach Brown’s Corner: Improvement is the main goal for next game

Morgantown, W.Va.- Head coach Neal Brown took to the podium Tuesday afternoon, where he was forced to relive the heartbreaking home loss to Texas Tech last week. The head coach was quick to point out his thoughts on his team's defeat, he still managed to be positive and upbeat

Dropped passes continue to plague WVU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--It's easy to place blame on Austin Kendall for all of West Virginia's offensive woes. However, the junior quarterback hasn't had the most help from his supporting cast, especially the receiving corps. Dropped passes has been a common theme for the young Mountaineer receivers all season. On Saturday, the wide

Six-Day Window Announced for Oklahoma State Game

Morgantown, W. Va. - The Big 12 conference announced November 11 that the six-day window would be observed in naming the game time for the West Virginia-Oklahoma State game on November 23. The Oklahoma State game will be the final home game for the Mountaineers 2019 season, as well as

Sam James named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week

Redshirt freshman wide receiver Sam James has been named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week following his performance in West Virginia's 28-17 loss to Texas Tech. Sam James finished the game with a career-high 14 catches for 223 yards. James's catches tied for second in the nation, while his yardage

Brown’s message to fans a promise for improvement

Morgantown, W. Va. - Following Saturday afternoon's home throttling by Texas Tech, head coach Neal Brown was visibly aware of how grim things looked on Mountaineer Field. The Mountaineers were handed their fifth straight loss, falling 38-17 to the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Saturday's fifth loss in a row is

West Virginia has golden chance to get back in the win column against Texas Tech

October went exactly as many thought it would for West Virginia. The Mountaineers went 0-4 against arguably the best four teams in the conference. West Virginia fell to 3-5 heading into November following a tough loss against undefeated Baylor. Next up, they start a month in which WVU can only

WVU’s McKivitz invited to Reese’s Senior Bowl

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia senior Colton McKivitz will get the oppurtunity to show off his talents before the NFL Draft in the 2020 Reese's Senior Bowl. The game  gives college players the chance to play for NFL coaches alongside other seniors before joining the professional ranks. The game takes place in Mobile,

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