Well, we've reached the end of our Twelve Days of Mountaineers. We've seen overtimes, basketball tournaments, no-hitters and lots of "Country Roads" sung. What's one of the most exciting Mountaineer moments in 2020? The AutoZone Liberty Bowl versus the Army Black Knights. On Sunday, December 20, the Mountaineers received their bowl
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Only two members of the West Virginia University football team were selected in the NFL Draft but several former Mountaineers inked free agent deals on Saturday after the draft concluded. Skyler Howard- Seattle Seahawks Jeremy Tyler- Buffalo Bills Rushel Shell- Pittsburgh Steelers Christian Brown- Pittsburgh Steelers Adam Pankey- Green Bay Packers Maurice Fleming- Tampa Bay Bucaneers Tyler
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- West Virginia University football coach Dana Holgorsen has announced the Mountaineers’ Player of the Year Awards for outstanding performance on the field during the 2016 season. OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Skyler Howard DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Rasul Douglas SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Marvin Gross Jr. OFFENSIVE SCOUT TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Will
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Miami outmanned 14th-ranked West Virginia University in the Russell Athletic Bowl on Wednesday, cruising to a 31-14 victory. Despite the disappointing loss, the Mountaineers had one of their best seasons in head coach Dana Holgorsen's tenure. The program took strides in the right direction. "We got beat by a good football
ORLANDO, Florida--West Virginia University's offense will face a tough test on Wednesday night when the Mountaineers face former Big East foe Miami in the Russell Athletic Bowl at Camping World Stadium. WVU’s offense averages 506.9 yards per game and it's rushing offense ranks 18th in the country, averaging 239.5 rushing yards.
The 18th ranked West Virginia Mountaineers rebounded well following last week's Oklahoma debacle and went into Ames, Iowa and dismantled the Iowa State Cyclones 49-19 in a game where many fans wondered if the team would show resiliency after the Sooners loss, or if they would roll over and let Oklahoma
It was said to be the biggest game at Mountaineer Field in over 20 years when the 14th ranked West Virginia Mountaineers hosted the ninth rated Oklahoma Sooners in a primetime contest on Saturday night. However, the players must have missed the memo. A true tale of two halves, the Sooners left Morgantown