MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--For the sixth consecutive season, the Oklahoma Sooners are predicted to win the Big 12 while West Virginia is picked to finish sixth. However, Neal Brown's Mountaineers are looking to break that trend. Despite only receiving 180 points, WVU could crack the top half of the standings this season. In Brown's second
Morgantown W. Va. -- (September 14th, 2020)--On Saturday afternoon, the West Virginia Mountaineers hosted the Eastern Kentucky Colonels at Milan Puskar Stadium for the first game of the season. The Mountaineers impressively beat the Colonels 56-10 despite WVU football coach, Neal Brown suspending 11 players about two hours before kickoff.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--At times last season West Virginia's young receiving corps looked brilliant and at other times, they made simple mistakes. With a year under their belts, the Mountaineer wide outs are a talented group that are expected to big things. "Well, as I'll tell them we have the potential to
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--As a redshirt freshman Sam James showed glimpses of promise but West Virginia will expect big things from him during his sophomore year. During the Mountaineers' first full day in pads on Saturday, the 6-foot, 184-pound wide out was turning it up. "He made several big plays, and he's a
Report from WVU Sports MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (August 15, 2020) – West Virginia continued fall training camp work under soggy conditions inside Milan Puskar Stadium this morning. For the first time this fall, the Mountaineers practiced in full gear, although coach Neal Brown said it was more about his players getting used to practicing again in
Report Provided by WVU Sports MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Split-squad practice work resumed earlier today following a recovery day on Thursday. West Virginia coach Neal Brown said he had to push his guys a little harder this morning. “Coming off a recovery day yesterday, I thought they were slow getting started, but I thought they
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (July 23, 2020) - West Virginia University football senior safety Sean Mahone, junior quarterback Jarret Doege and redshirt sophomore wide receiver Sam James were named to the Wuerffel Trophy Award Watch List as announced by the organization. The Wuerffel Trophy, known as "College Football's Premier Award for Community Service," is
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--It's easy to place blame on Austin Kendall for all of West Virginia's offensive woes. However, the junior quarterback hasn't had the most help from his supporting cast, especially the receiving corps. Dropped passes has been a common theme for the young Mountaineer receivers all season. On Saturday, the wide