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WVU not going to back down despite underdog role

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--For the West Virginia football team, this season is one of transition and one of rebuilding. In Neal Brown's inaugural season, no one expects championships or even nine wins. For some, expectations have already been exceeded. However, the Mountaineers aren't going to settle for what they have accomplished so far

Receiver James will play against Iowa State

Morgantown, W. Va. - During Coach Neal Brown's Tuesday afternoon press conference, the head coach mentioned wide receiver Sam James would be "questionable" for Saturday's Iowa State matchup. Thursday late afternoon the head coach gave an update that allowed fans to breathe a sigh of relief. Same James will suit up

James, Ryan injured in WVU’s loss to Texas

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—During the second half of West Virginia’s loss to Texas, sophomore wide receiver Sean Ryan and freshman wide out Sam James left the game with injuries. Head coach Neal Brown wasn’t sure of the severity of the injuries but believes Ryan could be out for a couple weeks. Brown

George Campbell is a “touchdown machine”

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--For George Campbell, his collegiate career has been filled with highs and lows. Going from a five-star recruit to being plagued by injuries at Florida State, the 6-foot-4, 183-pound wide out is getting his chance to shine at West Virginia and making the most of his opportunities. In

WVU coaches and players talk win over NC State

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia coaches and players discuss the Mountaineers 44-27 win over NC State on Saturday afternoon. https://youtu.be/Br5k3ZAohlw https://youtu.be/2bIlgouFO88 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oX-jTW8kvPM&t=13s https://youtu.be/BYcnArPfksc https://youtu.be/KkkrYpSrxY0 Cover Photo Credit: Kelsie LeRose, BGS

WVU needs Sam James to be an eraser

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Heading into the season, Sam James was expected to be a game changer for the Mountaineers.  However, in West Virginia's season opener against James Madison, James struggled. But against Missouri the 6-foot, 182-pound wide out looked like the player the Mountaineers knew he could be. He had five catches for 35

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