Morgantown W. Va. -- (September 14th, 2020)--On Saturday afternoon, the West Virginia Mountaineers hosted the Eastern Kentucky Colonels at Milan Puskar Stadium for the first game of the season. The Mountaineers impressively beat the Colonels 56-10 despite WVU football coach, Neal Brown suspending 11 players about two hours before kickoff.
Three and nine. 4-8. 2-10. Those are some of the “experts” predictions this year for the West Virginia Mountaineers football team. And as we all know, the “experts” are always right. Right? Not this year. New head coach Neal Brown enters his first season in Morgantown with low expectations from the outside world so there is really no
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia's explosive offense lost many key components from last season's team with the exception of the offensive line and the running backs. The Mountaineers return four extremely talented backs that have shown plenty of electricity. With that being said, the center of the offense is ready to gain experience
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia head coach Neal Brown and players discuss Saturday's Gold-Blue Spring Game. https://youtu.be/zrriw6eSaWY https://youtu.be/5eeUir9R8Ic https://youtu.be/YA7786TFpsY https://youtu.be/sRi-JhwAV1k https://youtu.be/HFlx59PufmA https://youtu.be/mhE4-JgoyJs Cover PhotoCredit: Shanna Rose, BGS
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--One glance at the ESPN (56th) or Rivals.com (51st) football team recruiting rankings and the casual West Virginia Mountaineer football fan may feel huge disappointment as those numbers are not particularly high. However, the 2017 WVU recruiting class is actually not as bad as it may look on paper. With just