MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Heading into the season, an area of concern for WVU was its secondary but rest assured the defensive backs are progressing. "Our corners have had a few good practices, especially Hakeem Bailey," defensive coordinator Tony Gibson said. "He's a guy that keeps making play after play. He's got some picks.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Group text can be the beginning of something great. For the West Virginia University football team, they are hoping it will lead to an explosive season on the gridiron. With Will Grier at the helm of the offense this season, the Mountaineer wide outs were excited to build relationships with their
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- The West Virginia University football team lost two of its best wide receivers in Shelton Gibson and Daikiel Shorts, but the Mountaineers aren't scavenging for talent at the position. Both Gibson (43 receptions for 951 yards) and Shorts (63 receptions for 894 yards) moved on to the NFL after being WVU's go-to
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — With Will Grier eligible to play in the opener against Virginia Tech and Jake Spavital at the helm of the offense, the West Virginia University football team could explode for a high-scoring and exciting season. Entering the 2017 season, the highly touted redshirt junior has high expectations placed
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--One takeaway from Saturday's annual Gold-Blue Spring Game was that Will Grier and David Sills mesh well together. And it's a bond that could benefit WVU well come fall. “That connection has been fun to watch,” Mountaineers coach Dana Holgorsen said. "And over the course of the next two years it’s
Tuesday afternoon several football coaches and players were available to address the media as the team's spring practices continue to go on. The players and coaches alike continue to speak positively about the team's advances and growth during practice, which one can hope would mean the team is getting an
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-When Jake Spavital last coached at West Virginia University, Geno Smith, Tavon Austin and Steadman Bailey were a force to reckon with. The dynamic trio facilitated the Mountaineers in winning the 2011 Big East regular season title before obliterating Clemson in the 2012 Orange Bowl. Next year, the three were the
With the off-season officially in motion, coaching changes are in full swing. Former interim head coach of the California Bears Jake Spavital will be making a return to Morgantown. According to Bruce Feldman, current offense coordinator Joe Wickline will undergo a coaching shift as Wickline will replace Ron Crook as