MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--During the dog days of summer, many people lounge at the pool or go on family vacations. However, that isn't the case for the West Virginia University football team. The Mountaineers, like many other college athletic programs, spend hours in the weight room. As grueling as it can be, summer workouts
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Injuries come with the territory when it comes to football and heading into West Virginia University's summer workouts, the question of who is healthy and who is not is always pondered. After suffering a hand injury last season that sidelined Kyzir White for one game, the senior safety is ready to
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--One loss doesn't define a football season, unless a team lets that loss defeat their hopes and dreams. That is not what the West Virginia University football team plans on doing. Last Saturday, the Mountaineers fell in Stillwater 37-20 to Oklahoma State, suffering their first loss of the season. But the Mountaineers
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University football team closed out its spring football session on Saturday during the annual Gold-Blue Spring Game at the Greenbrier, where the offense defeated the defense 49-46. The Mountaineers lost several players after last season concluded, leaving many questions, especially on defense. With the spring over, the coaching
WHITE SULFER SPRINGS, W.Va.--The West Virginia University football team got back on the field for the 2016 edition of Gold-Blue Football Spring Game on Saturday afternoon. The Mountaineers offense came from behind to defeat the defense 49-46 in front of more than 6,000 fans at the Greenbrier Resort. It was sophomore quarterback David
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--After a difficult month of October, The West Virginia University football team is back on the winning side of things. The Mountaineers will travel to Lawrence, Kansas to take on the Jayhawks on Saturday. While Kansas hasn’t won a game this season, head coach Dana Holgorsen knows its important for
MORGANTOWN, W.Va--Growing up in the Mountain State, people are usually either West Virginia football fans or Marshall fans. Elijah Wellman grew up in Huntington, which is Marshall territory, but the 6-foot-2, 232-pound fullback had a different team. He loved the Mountaineers. “I have been a WVU fan my whole life,” Wellman said.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- The West Virginia University football team kicks off Big 12 action on Saturday against the Oklahoma Sooners. The game will be the Mountaineers first road test of the season. Holgorsen isn't concerned about opening the conference on the road. "We know what we are getting into, just like anything else,"