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WVU withstands Virginia Tech’s late-inning rally

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia University starting pitcher Braden Zarbnisky tossed four scoreless innings and the Mountaineers survived a late rally by Virginia Tech to defeat the Hokies 5-4 on Tuesday at Monongalia County Ballpark. “We actually played pretty well early in the game,” WVU head coach Randy Mazey said. “We got the leadoff

Is Dana Holgorsen’s job at WVU really in danger?

Despite securing their first Big 12 victory of the season this past weekend the calls for WVU to replace head coach Dana Holgorsen are still prevalent. With games remaining against Texas (in which WVU is favored), Iowa State, Kansas, and Kansas State the Mountaineers have a legitimate chance to finish the

WVU Continues Pipeline with Offer to Former Hokie

WVU continued to strengthen their newfound pipeline by offering 2016 safety Cj Reavis. Reavis, a former 4 star prospect, originally committed to Virgnia Tech in April of 2013. Reavis was considered one of the best safeties in the nation his senior season of high school in Chester, VA. He had accumulated

WVU In Negotiations With Multiple ACC Schools

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WVU is continuing to fill its future non-conference schedules and reports indicate the Mountaineers are looking toward a conference they once desired to be a part of. BGS has verified reports from both The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Palm Beach Post that WVU is in talks with both Florida State University

Pitt and WVU Renew Rivalries; Just Not With Each Other

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While college football shifts their focus towards media rights, licensing agreements and branding -- the traditions and pageantries that make the sport so wonderful continue to take a back seat. Caught in the crossfires of the transformation is the Backyard Brawl, a historic rivalry between West Virginia and Pittsburgh. Often referred to as

WVU Offers 2016 Safety

With senior Karl Joseph departing Morgantown after the season, the safety position is a need on the recruiting trail. That search has brought West Virginia to Potomac High School (MD) and safety Gregory Ross. Ross, 6-foot-1 and 175 pounds has offers from Iowa, Virginia Tech, Wisconsin and WVU to name a

Mountaineers After Va. Athlete

West Virginia is back in Virginia and Atlee High School (Va). That's where you will find 2016 athlete JJ Givens. Givens, 6-foot-2 and 170 pounds has offers from Virginia Tech, Michigan, West Virginia, Wake Forest and JMU to name a few while Miami (FL), Wisconsin and Virginia are showing interest. Virginia Tech

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