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.--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--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
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--During the annual Gold-Blue Spring Game, the West Virginia University defense defeated the offense 44-21 at Milan Puskar Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Besides two long offensive plays, the defense shut down the offense, allowing only three touchdowns. One of those came from former Mountaineer quarterback Geno Smith to Shelton Gibson. Wearing
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.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Another National Signing Day is in the books, and the West Virginia University football team fared well. The Mountaineers picked up 18 new recruits on Wednesday plus the nine athletes that enrolled in class in January. Head coach Dana Holgorsen was pleased with this year's recruiting class, but he wasn't
Jacquez Adams, CB, 5-11, 160, Reisterstown, Md./Milford Academy Enrolled at West Virginia in January 2016 Originally signed with West Virginia out of high school in 2015 Played one season for Coach Bill Chaplick at Milford Academy (New Berlin, N.Y.) Finished 2015 with six receptions for 189 yards and three touchdowns in four games Added 51