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Press Release – 17 Degrees of Football

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

WVU’s Jordan Thompson is standing tall

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- West Virginia University's Jordan Thompson may be the littlest player on the field, but the senior wide receiver stands tall on and off the field. The 5-foot-7, 176-pound wideout earned the nickname “Squirt” as a freshman from his former teammate Stedman Bailey because of his size. Bailey got the name from

Ka’raun White following in brother’s footsteps

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.— Living up to your superstar, older brother is never easy. The pressure is always on to be just as good, if not better. Pat White did amazing things during his tenure at West Virginia University, including leading the Mountaineers to a Fiesta Bowl victory. But his little brother Coley

Emphasis Still On WVU Receiving Corp

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When WVU released their updated depth chart last week many assumed the lack of a fourth receiver insinuated an emphasis on the running game this season. However, wide receiver coach Lonnie Galloway reiterated the fact that the Mountaineers are still working to field four receivers. "We will line two guys up

WVU fall camp update

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJjpzHhIKsg MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- The West Virginia Mountaineers have a week of fall camp practices in the books and head coach Dana Holgorsen is happy with the effort on the field. He addressed the media Monday afternoon prior to practice No. 8. Holgorsen is pleased with sophomore Dravon Askew-Henry's progress. "He is progressing really well," Holgorsen

Time for a new receiver to shine

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- West Virginia University has been put on the map because of a talented core of wide receivers over the last few years. With camp underway, the unproven group of receivers have a tall task of replacing Kevin White and Mario Alford. Why should it be a tough task for

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