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Neal Brown adds two new coaches to staff

MORGANTOWN,W.Va.--West Virginia head coach Neal Brown filled the two coaching vacancies on his staff on Friday with the additions of special teams coordinator/inside linebackers coach Jeff Koonz and offensive coordinator/ wide receivers coach Gerad Parker. Matt Moore has been promoted to assistant head coach and will continue to coach the offensive

Missed free throws could be difference maker for WVU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.–After a disappointing season last year, the West Virginia basketball team is off to a great start with the potential to do big things this season. The West Virginia basketball team is off to a 12-2 start but they very well could be undefeated.  Both of WVU’s losses came in close

Mountaineer Eli Wellman signs reserve/futures contract with Packers

Green Bay, WI. - Former Mountaineer fullback signed a reserves/futures contract with the Green Bay Packers on Monday. Wellman was previously on the Washington Redskins roster after being signed as an undrafted free agent during the 2018 NFL Draft. Wellman played in 51 games as a Mountaineer and making it

Big 12 hits Huggins with sanctions following Kansas game loss

Morgantown, W. Va. - Several days after Huggins and the Mountaineers took their first conference loss of the season, and subsequently the day after their first conference win; the head coach was hit was a public reprimand from the Big 12. Following Saturday's loss at Kansas, Huggins made several statements

No.17 WVU tops Oklahoma State

STILLWATER, Okla.—Oscar Tshiebwe scored 12 points and Derek Culver grabbed 12 rebounds, helping lift No.17 West Virginia past Oklahoma State 55-41 on Monday night. Miles McBride added 10 points for the Mountaineers (12-2, 1-1 Big 12). Lindy Waters tallied 12 points and Cameron McGriff dropped 10 for the Cowboys (9-5, 0-2). WVU

Mountaineers drop one spot in AP Poll following Saturday’s loss

Morgantown. W.VA - Hours before the Mountaineers take on their second Big 12 game of the 2019-2020 season, the weekly AP Top 25 Poll was released. Following the loss to Kansas in Lawrence this past Saturday, the Mountaineers dropped just one point from 16 to 17. The Mountaineers join fellow

Coach Seiler accepts Defensive Coordinator position

Morgantown, W.VA. - January 2020 brought New Years resolutions, likely too much time with family over the holiday season, another loss at the Phog in Lawrence and the latest West Virginia football coach to take a job outside of Morgantown. Inside linebackers and special teams coach Blake Seiler has accepted

WVU drops Big 12 opener to Kansas

LAWRENCE, Kan.— Udoka Azubuike scored 17 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as No. 4 Kansas came from behind to beat No. 16 West Virginia 60-53 in both teams’ Big 12 opener on Saturday. Devon Dotson tallied 16 points and Marcus Garrett finished with 12 points and six assists for the

Pat White named Running Backs Coach at USF

Tampa, FL. - Beloved Mountaineer Pat White has a new job title and city to start the year 2020. Former quarterbacks coach at Alcorn State University has been named the running backs coach at the University of South Florida. White is one Mountaineer that truly needs no recap or introduction

McBride named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week

Morgantown, W.Va. - On the heels of an Ohio State upset, freshman guard Miles McBride has been named the Big 12 conference's Newcomer of the Week. McBride was an integral part in West Virginia's 67-59 upset over the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Cleveland Classic Sunday afternoon. The Ohio native

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