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Kentucky pounds West Virginia to reach Elite Eight

CLEVELAND--Trey Lyles scored 14 points and the unbeaten Wildcats pummeled West Virginia 78-39 on Thursday night in the Midwest Regional semifinals of the NCAA Tournament. Kentucky is the top seed in the NCAA Tournament and the huge favorite to cut down the nets next weekend in Indianapolis. The Mountaineers knew they had

Miles: “Kentucky Don’t Play Hard”

It was eventful day on Wednesday surrounding the Sweet 16 match-up of overall No.1 seed Kentucky and No. 5 seed West Virginia. WVU head basketball coach Bob Huggins spent his time talking about his friendship with Coach Calipari, his time at Kansas State, his heart attack in Pittsburgh and the Mountaineer

Bob Huggins on Doug Gottlieb Show

Before West Virginia gets the next shot at taking down overall No. 1 seed Kentucky tomorrow night, WVU head basketball coach Bob Huggins joined the Doug Gottlieb Show to talk some hoops. Huggins and Coach Cal always seem to end up in the same bracket, something Huggs pointed out. “What am I

Big 12/SEC Challenge To Be Showcased In January

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The Big 12 and Southeastern Conferences have announced that their top non-conference challenge series will be moving to January, beginning with the 2015-16 season. All contests in next season’s Big 12/SEC Challenge will move from December to January 30, 2016. “We are excited to move this event to January to provide

Recruiting: Georgia Commit Visiting

Dana Holgorsen and his football staff are preparing for the run to the finish line with National Signing Day coming up soon. One prospect the Mountaineers have been on since December of 2013 is Coral Gables High School (FL) wide receiver Shaquery Wilson. Wilson, 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds committed to Georgia

USA Today: FBS Season Grades; WVU: B-

Just because Ohio State won the national championship doesn't mean the Buckeyes were the only team to have a successful 2014 season. It's all relative: Some teams might have had a championship-or-bust mentality, but others might view an eight-win season in the same way Ohio State views its national title. But

Sumlin Dismisses Student Assistant

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Kevin Sumlin announced that that Texas A&M has dismissed student assistant Michael Richardson, a former Aggie that struck two Mountaineer players during the AutoZone Liberty Bowl on Monday. Richardson struck both Andrew Buie and Daryl Worley during the contest. Sumlin was able to see the film during the half and made

Aggies Defeat Mountaineers 45-37

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It was a nice crowd at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium when West Virginia and Texas A&M met this afternoon for the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, and they watched a good one. In a game you could call chippy and at times ugly, the Aggies made the right adjustments in the second

AutoZone Liberty Bowl Game Day Info

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Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium (LBMS) and Tiger Lane Tailgating and Parking Guidelines and Information ****NO STAKING, DRILLING, OR NAILING WILL BE ALLOWED ANYWHERE ON PROPERTY.***** TIGER LANE TAILGATING INFORMATION LOCATION: The Tiger Lane tailgating area is in the center of the property, identified as the Green lots on the LBMS Site Plan. Tiger Lane

Aggies and Mountaineers Making Return Trips to Bowl

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Two of the top offensive teams in the country, the Texas A&M Aggies and the West Virginia Mountaineers, will meet in the 56th AutoZone Liberty Bowl on December 29, 2014 at 1 p.m. (CST). The game will be televised by ESPN. Texas A&M will be making its second appearance in the

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