The Basketball Tournament, "TBT," has made a name for its summer tournament over the last several years, especially with West Virginia basketball fans nationwide. Former Mountaineers have made a team for the tournament, Team Best Virginia, and were excited to play in front of local West Virginia fans in Charleston,
Seattle, WA. - Quarterback Geno Smith has had a tumultuous time in the NFL over the last several years. From a starting position, to time not playing, to free agency the quarterback has struggled to find his true home in the NFL.
Over the weekend, it was announced that Smith
Cleveland, OH. - NFL teams around the country have been busy making roster moves this week, with the 2020 NFL Draft scheduled for the end of April.
Safety Karl Joseph has agreed to a one-year deal with the Cleveland Browns this week; leaving the Oakland Raiders. Joseph has been with the
Seattle, WA. - NFL defensive end and record-setting Mountaineer Bruce Irvin is heading back to his 'home' in the NFL, where his career all began. Irvin announced on Twitter Wednesday that he is returning to the Seattle Seahawks.
Irvin was drafted 15th overall in the 2012 NFL Draft by the
Las Vegas, NV. - In a time when a vast majority of sports fans were gearing up for the 2020 NCAA Tournament, those same are now looking to off-field and off-court happenings for their excitement.
The latest for West Virginia fans? Mountaineers alum Nick Kwiatkoski has signed with the Las
Phoenix, AZ. - Point guard Jevon Carter will go down as one of West Virginia's fan favorites for years to come. Carter has spent the last several years showcasing his hard work and treadmill mentality throughout the NBA and now the time has come for that hard work to pay
PHILADELPHIA--Less than a week after being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles, former West Virginia University running back Wendell Smallwood inked his contract with the team.
Philadelphia drafted Smallwood during the fifth round of the NFL Draft on Saturday afternoon.
The 2015 Big 12 leading rusher and four other draft picks signed with the
CHICAGO-- West Virginia University's hard-hitting Karl Joseph was selected 14th overall in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday by the Oakland Raiders.
Joseph is a physical, smart, play-making safety who is a team player and plays with passion for the game. He is versatile enough to play in the
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
At 6-8 on the season the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are all but out of the playoff hunt. And while James Winston and Doug Martin have gotten most of the publicity this season it is Charles Sims who is turning heads. 30691