MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (May 25, 2017) – For the first time since 1970, and just the third time in school history, the West Virginia University men’s basketball team will host Kentucky in Morgantown during the 2017-18 season The Mountaineers and Wildcats will meet in this year’s Big 12/SEC Challenge on Saturday, Jan.
It was eventful day on Wednesday surrounding the Sweet 16 match-up of overall No.1 seed Kentucky and No. 5 seed West Virginia. WVU head basketball coach Bob Huggins spent his time talking about his friendship with Coach Calipari, his time at Kansas State, his heart attack in Pittsburgh and the Mountaineer
Cleveland, Ohio How sweet it is! The WVU basketball team put their stamp on Columbus with victories in the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament against Buffalo and Maryland. They fought their way to the Sweet Sixteen and despite heavy odds against them, are expecting to continue surviving and advancing. They say they are ready to face
Before the Mountaineers could even get off the court Sunday night, college basketball analysts and Vegas odds makers were already talking about the probability of this being WVU's last win of the season. While most fans have come to embrace the "underdog" stigma that surrounds WVU sports there comes a time
The college basketball season is a long way from crowning a national champion, but that hasn't stopped ESPN bracket guru Joe Lunardi from updating his latest edition of Bracketology. Lunardi currently has the Mountaineers as a No. 4 seed in the Midwest, and would play out of Louisville against No. 13
In what has been an interesting day around West Virginia University, reports surfaced this evening that Mountaineer offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson is leaving the program, and will take the same post at the University of Kentucky. Football Scoop broke the news this evening, but news of Dawson's departure made the rounds
As presumed, the University of Alabama-Birmingham announced today that they would be discontinuing their football program. It is the tragic reality of the future of college football. But just like with everything in life and business, for every action there is a reaction. The fact of the matter is with