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WVU needs Sam James to be an eraser

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Heading into the season, Sam James was expected to be a game changer for the Mountaineers.  However, in West Virginia's season opener against James Madison, James struggled. But against Missouri the 6-foot, 182-pound wide out looked like the player the Mountaineers knew he could be. He had five catches for 35

Coach Brown’s Corner: Disappointment, Not Discouragement A Reigning Theme

Morgantown, W. Va. - By now, it's the paraphrase heard around Mountaineer nation; Coach Neal Brown's reaction to his team's devastating loss against the Missouri Tigers. Brown is disappointed, not discouraged by the 38-7 blowout loss in Columbia this past Saturday. Now, days later, the head ball coach addressed local

WVU coaches and players preview NC State

Check out what West Virginia coaches and players had to say after Saturday's disappointing loss to Missouri and heading into this week's game against NC State. Cover Photo Credit: Shanna Rose, BGS

Taijh Alston out for season

Morgantown, W. Va. - In a statement near every fan was expecting, head coach Neal Brown confirmed the worst about Taijh Alston's injury situation. The sophomore defensive end had surgery Tuesday morning for a torn patellar tendon and will miss the remainder of the season. Coach Neal Brown officially addressed

Kansas game time announced

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (September 9, 2019) – The Big 12 Conference has announced that WVU's Saturday, Sept. 21, football game against Kansas at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kansas, will be played at 4:30 p.m., ET on Big 12 Now on ESPN+. This week, West Virginia will play host to NC State on Saturday, Sept. 14 at noon.

Missouri exposes inexperience, gives Mountaineers first loss in blowout fashion

MORGANTOWN, W.Va- In the first true test for Neal Brown and company in Power 5 competition, the Missouri Tigers rolled over the Mountaineers on a hot Saturday afternoon by the score of 38-7 in Columbia. After sneaking past James Madison last week, feelings were mixed coming into the game about how

West Virginia Heads Into Missouri As Two Touchdown Underdogs

July 1st 2012. That's the date that changed both West Virginia and Missouri's college football fates. The Mountaineers moved into the Big 12, and Missouri moved out. Because of that realignment these two teams haven't met as much as they could have if a few things went differently. The Tigers,

Growden happy with decision to finish career at WVU

MARTINSBURG – Australian native Josh Growden has found his home among the hills. By transferring to West Virginia, Growden is getting one last go around with American football – a move he said he could not be more happier with. “I am very happy with my decision to keep

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