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Hard work pays off for WVU’s Matteo

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- Redshirt senior Tony Matteo came to West Virginia University with hopes of starting for the Mountaineers. He was undoubtedly one of the hardest workers, but the guard has only found himself in a starting role twice in his career. When senior Adam Pankey got suspended for the Missouri game

WVU uses mock week to prepare for season opener

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- The season opener is right around the corner for the West Virginia University football team but its using this week to prepare as if it's game week. "We will put them through exactly what they are going to do through a game week," head coach Dana Holgorsen said. "No different

WVU’s offensive line poised for success

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia University's offensive line has been its weak spot at times but with several returning players the 2016 football season could be the year the line emerges. The Mountaineers lost two offensive linemen after last season. Both Stone Underwood and Marques Lucas graduated and played in their final game in

WVU head coach Dana Holgorsen excited for the season

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--The West Virginia University football team is days away from the season opener against Georgia Southern and the excitement is in the air. "I think everybody is probably in the same frame of mind today," head coach Dana Holgorsen. "I am excited about it being game week. I think everybody

WVU’s offensive line is shaping up

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—West Virginia’s defense seems to be the biggest strength for the football team this upcoming season while the offense has several question marks. One of the biggest questions for the Mountaineers is the strength of the offensive line. Mark Glowinski and Quinton Spain were two key contributors in 2014 and both

WVU Spring Breakdown: Offensive Line

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By Travis Stone WVU will enter 2015 spring practice with the hope that the offensive line can build to be an area of consistency like last season. The Mountaineers lost both offensive guards Quinton Spain and Mark Glowinski to graduation, but appear to be in a good position to replace them. WVU was able

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