Three and nine. 4-8. 2-10. Those are some of the “experts” predictions this year for the West Virginia Mountaineers football team. And as we all know, the “experts” are always right. Right? Not this year. New head coach Neal Brown enters his first season in Morgantown with low expectations from the outside world so there is really no
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Since becoming the head coach at West Virginia University, Neal Brown has tried to implement team bonding and a family atmosphere around the football program. In the spring, players discussed the team's no cell phone policy and sitting with different players had help strengthen them as a unit. Over the summer,
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia's explosive offense lost many key components from last season's team with the exception of the offensive line and the running backs. The Mountaineers return four extremely talented backs that have shown plenty of electricity. With that being said, the center of the offense is ready to gain experience
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Over the summer the West Virginia football team suffered several transfers, some coming from big named players like Marcus Simms, Derrek Pitts and Kenny Robinson. While questions and concerns arise amongst fans, transfers are not uncommon in college athletics, especially after major changes. Losing teammates isn't easy for anyone but the Mountaineers
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Check out what members of the West Virginia football team had to say about summer workouts. https://youtu.be/cUt0Y2RDRbI https://youtu.be/vj9Halz1VHY https://youtu.be/vxiSeZD_g1M https://youtu.be/d6_QETbtDvQ https://youtu.be/z7Jk-bWgKio https://youtu.be/WiazUmR7Lts Cover Photo Credit: Shanna Rose, BGS
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Miami outmanned 14th-ranked West Virginia University in the Russell Athletic Bowl on Wednesday, cruising to a 31-14 victory. Despite the disappointing loss, the Mountaineers had one of their best seasons in head coach Dana Holgorsen's tenure. The program took strides in the right direction. "We got beat by a good football
ORLANDO, Florida--West Virginia University's offense will face a tough test on Wednesday night when the Mountaineers face former Big East foe Miami in the Russell Athletic Bowl at Camping World Stadium. WVU’s offense averages 506.9 yards per game and it's rushing offense ranks 18th in the country, averaging 239.5 rushing yards.
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