Tavon Austin now knows he will be continuing his NFL journey with the Los Angeles Rams through the 2017 season.
Just this week, Austin saw the Rams office exercising his fifth-year contract extension option as the team prepares for the upcoming season. With the Rams drafting quarterback Jared Goff as the
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--William Crest came to West Virginia University as a highly regarded four-star dual threat quarterback but he has never quite been able to grasp a hold of a starting role.
Since things haven't panned out for the 6-foot-2, 210-pound redshirt sophomore, he did what anyone that just wants to get
Tavon Austin just finished his third year in the NFL, finishing a season with career highs in pass receptions and yards rushing. Austin made several big plays throughout the season for the Rams, plays reminiscent of his days wearing the old gold and blue for the Mountaineers. Now in the
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- West Virginia University has been put on the map because of a talented core of wide receivers over the last few years. With camp underway, the unproven group of receivers have a tall task of replacing Kevin White and Mario Alford.
Why should it be a tough task for
2016 WR prospect Steven Smothers has been labeled as the next Tavon Austin by many national recruiters and head coaches but there's nobody he'd rather be compared to than his God brother. "It's big to be compared to him and by him being my God brother it makes it even
Trends take time to develop and there is no arguing that over the last 20 years schools such as Miami, Ohio State, and Florida State have rightfully earned the moniker Wide Receiver University. But trends change over time and it looks as though recent history is showing there is a new