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Five Thoughts from the Spring Game and ESPN’s April Prediction

MORGANTOWN, W.Va--The West Virginia Mountaineers concluded their spring practices with this past Saturday's Gold-Blue scrimmage and even though the Blue won 44-21--based on the unconventional scoring system-- there was a lot to like for Mountaineer fans who attended or watched the game. Here are five observations that I took away from the

WVU seniors prepare for home finale

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- On Saturday afternoon 21 seniors will bid ado to Milan Puskar Stadium when West Virginia University takes on Baylor on Senior Day. Those 21 seniors dedicated several years of their lives to the university and the state. They gave their blood, sweat and dedication to the football program. "We have

Mountaineers Suffer Humbling Loss

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It was said to be the biggest game at Mountaineer Field in over 20 years when the 14th ranked West Virginia Mountaineers hosted the ninth rated Oklahoma Sooners in a primetime contest on Saturday night. However, the players must have missed the memo. A true tale of two halves, the Sooners left Morgantown

WVU not defining itself by one loss

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

WVU’s defense faces another challenge against TCU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University football team is on a mission to take the Big 12 by storm and its defensive unit stepped up in a big way last weekend against Texas Tech. The Mountaineers' defense held one of the nation's best offenses to just 17 points. Entering the game, the

WVU vs. BYU: The good, the bad and the ugly

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.---The West Virginia University football team improved to 3-0 on Saturday, defeating BYU 35-32 at Fed Ex Field in Landover, Maryland but the Mountaineers have a lot of room for improvement heading forward. For the second straight game mental miscues plagued WVU. The defense struggled with the pass rush, surrendering

WVU defense refocused after bye week

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--It was no secret that West Virginia University head coach Dana Holgorsen and defensive coordinator Tony Gibson were both frustrated with the defensive's poor performance in the Mountaineers' 38-21 victory over Youngstown State on Saturday, September 10. According to defensive coordinator Tony Gibson, the defense missed tackles and assignments with their

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