Article Courtesy Mike Montoro, WVU Athletic Communication; There are many important events over the course of a student-athlete’s career, whether it’s on the field of play or away from it. But the single-most important date in the life of a student-athlete comes at the end of his collegiate journey - graduation. Today
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Growing up in the Mountain State, West Virginia residents know exactly what it means to carry a passion for its state and its football team. On Saturday afternoon, the West Virginia University football team will step on the field to take on the Iowa State Cyclones, but for 21 seniors
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Two years ago the West Virginia University football team traveled to Lawrence, Kansas and was defeated 31-19 by the Jayhawks, which ended a 27-game conference-losing streak. "It was terrible," wide receiver Daikiel Shorts said. "We just didn't go ready to play. The Mountaineers (5-4) will look to avoid a similar fate when
Morgantown, W.Va.- From the first down chant to the firing of the musket and the singing of "Country Roads," the Mountaineers have many football game day traditions. This season, the team has started yet another tradition: the carrying of West Virginia's state flag home and away. Red-shirt senior and linebacker Jared Barber came up
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University football team is back on the field and preparing for rival Maryland. "We’re pretty eager to get going, finish our preparation and head into an electric weekend here in Morgantown," head coach Dana Holgorsen said on Tuesday. "It seems like forever since we had the Terps
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- With the Georgia Southern game in the rearview mirror, the West Virginia University football team must now prepare for Liberty. Head coach Dana Holgorsen isn’t going to write off the Flames just because they are an FCS school. “Liberty will be a challenge for us,” he said. “They are a good team.