MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The most recent graduates of the West Virginia football team put their skills on display for numerous NFL scouts and coaches on Friday for the school's annual pro day. Below are the full results: Christian Brown | DL 40-Yard Dash Bench Press (reps) Vertical Jump (in) Broad Jump (in) 3 Cone 20-Yard Shuttle 60-Yard Shuttle 5.32 34 26" 8'5" 7.89 4.64 -- Antonio Crawford | CB 40-Yard Dash Bench Press (reps) Vertical Jump (in) Broad
When: March 11, 2017 Doors open 11:00 Event starts 12:00 Noon Where: Spors Fanz 105 Liberty Square, Teays Valley, WV What: Mountaineer Madness 2017 Autograph Extravaganza is returning to Teays Valley for 2017. Fans may bring their own items or purchase items from Sports Fanz to be signed by several WVU standout
LANDOVER, Md. -- The Mountaineers defense makes three crucial interceptions to hold off Brigham Young University in the 35-32 victory at Fed Ex Field in front of 38,207 fans. Offenses battled back-and-forth Saturday afternoon but ultimately the 4-1 BYU turnovers edged the Mountaineers to victory. The interceptions resulted in 56 yards by
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University football team closed out its spring football session on Saturday during the annual Gold-Blue Spring Game at the Greenbrier, where the offense defeated the defense 49-46. The Mountaineers lost several players after last season concluded, leaving many questions, especially on defense. With the spring over, the coaching
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
We have learned this afternoon that three Mountaineer underclassmen have submitted paperwork to test the waters for the 2016 NFL draft. Running backs Rushel Shell (r-Jr) and Wendell Smallwood (Jr) as well as junior cornerback Daryl Worley will all reportedly test their draft stock in the coming month. Submitting paperwork for the NFL
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
MORGANTOWN, W.Va--Growing up in the Mountain State, people are usually either West Virginia football fans or Marshall fans. Elijah Wellman grew up in Huntington, which is Marshall territory, but the 6-foot-2, 232-pound fullback had a different team. He loved the Mountaineers. “I have been a WVU fan my whole life,” Wellman said.