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WVU lands Middle Tennessee State wide receiver transfer

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--West Virginia landed another piece to its receiving corps on Friday. Middle Tennessee State wide receiver Zack Dobson is heading to Morgantown, according to his Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/p/CD4K_ythNO1/ Dobson has two years of eligibility left. In 2019, he had 16 catches for 242 yards and three touchdowns with the Blue Raiders. He added

Tavon Austin to sign with 49ers

Former West Virginia standout Tavon Austin is heading to San Francisco with wideout J.J. Nelson. ESPN's Adam Schefter was first to report the news. Both players have been at the 49ers facility for workouts and COVID-19 testing With the 49ers' receivers being relatively inexperienced, Austin and Nelson add some veteran leadership with 12

Fall Camp Update Day Five

Report Provided by WVU Sports MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Split-squad practice work resumed earlier today following a recovery day on Thursday. West Virginia coach Neal Brown said he had to push his guys a little harder this morning. “Coming off a recovery day yesterday, I thought they were slow getting started, but I thought they

Photo Gallery: Fall Camp

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Check out WVU Football's Caleb Saunders' photos from fall camp. Austin Kendall throws a pass during practice.Blane ScottCoach Jeff KoonzEvan StaleyJackie MatthewsJames GmiterKyle PolandSam JamesTJ BanksTyler Connolly

WVU’s opener against Eastern Kentucky may still happen

The Ohio Valley Conference suspended fall sports on Thursday but according to Yahoo's Pete Thamel, West Virginia's matchup against Eastern Kentucky could still be on. Thamel tweeted Friday that the presidents of the Ohio Valley Conference voted to allow four non-conference games this season, as well as a seven-game conference slate. https://twitter.com/PeteThamel/status/1294359187716218880 Eastern

Big 12 Conference Adopts 9+1 Football Schedule

The Big 12 Board of Directors today announced that Conference football programs will play a “9+1” schedule for the 2020 season consisting of nine conference games and one non-conference home opponent. The start of Conference play will be solidified in the coming weeks, with an anticipated start sometime between mid- to

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