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NFL training camp tidbits

WIth training camps now open throughout the NFL WVUPros gives you tidbits on Mountaineers in the NFL. - JT Thomas (hamstring) started Giants training camp on the PUP list. He was seen working on the sidelines today. Could be close to a return. - Tennesse Titans Quinton Spain has lined up as the starting left

O’Toole and Barber find homes in NFL

Former WVU linebacker Jared Barber announced via Twitter that he will be getting a tryout with the Carolina Panthers joining former WVU defensive back Daryl Worley who was drafted by the Panthers in the 3rd round of the NFL draft. Also finding a home is former WVU punter Nick O'Toole who will

Six Mountaineers set to participate in NFL Combine

INDIANAPOLIS--The on-field portion of the NFL Combine is set to get underway on Friday and go throughout the weekend, and six former West Virginia University football players will partake in their first steps towards the NFL Draft. More than 300 of the country's top prospects will be on hand to show

WVU’s Holgorsen excited about new recruiting class

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

The real meaning of being a Mountaineer

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Growing up in the Mountain State, West Virginia residents know exactly what it means to carry a passion for its state and its football team. On Saturday afternoon, the West Virginia University football team will step on the field to take on the Iowa State Cyclones, but for 21 seniors

WVU looking for a different fate this time around

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Two years ago the West Virginia University football team traveled to Lawrence, Kansas and was defeated 31-19 by the Jayhawks, which ended a 27-game conference-losing streak. "It was terrible," wide receiver Daikiel Shorts said. "We just didn't go ready to play. The Mountaineers (5-4) will look to avoid a similar fate when

WVU defense looking to bounce back against Maryland

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--All the hype leading into the West Virginia University football season was on the Mountaineers’ defense. Even though WVU only allowed 17 points two weeks ago against Liberty, the Mountaineers’ defense appeared flat. “It wasn’t our best football,” senior linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski said. “I just didn’t feel the intensity, and we made

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