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WVU Football: Holgorsen Set For Marshall

August 31, 2011 CHARLESTON — Dana Holgorsen is taking a laid-back yet serious approach toward his first game as a college head coach. more »»

WVU Football: Freshmen Ready To Make Mark

August 30, 2011 MORGANTOWN — When Noel Devine stepped onto the artificial surface at Mountaineer Field, the Florida native made an immediate impact on the West Virginia running game. more »»

West Virginia University 2011 Preview

August 25, 2011 MORGANTOWN — Despite the unnerving circumstances that ultimately led to his hiring as head coach, it looks like former Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen landed in a pretty sweet... more »»

WVU the Pick To Win Big East

August 25, 2011 When the Big East Conference’s annual preseason media poll was released earlier this month, there was a familiar name at the top. more »»

Tandy Is A Familiar WVU Face

August 24, 2011 MORGANTOWN — Fans attending West Virginia University’s season-opening home encounter with Marshall University might want to make sure they pick up a program when they enter Milan Puskar Stadium for... more »»

WVU Football: Questions That Need Answers

August 18, 2011 Five questions as the West Virginia Mountaineers prepare for their 119th season of football. 5. more »»

WVU SPRING GAME: Offense Shines for Holgorsen

April 30, 2011 MORGANTOWN — All eyes were on Geno Smith, Dana Holgorsen and the West Virginia offense Friday night in the annual Gold-Blue Spring game in front of an estimated 22,000 fans at Mountaineer Field. more »»

Stewart Pleased With Enthusiasm

March 31, 2011 MORGANTOWN — West Virginia University football coach Bill Stewart is looking to develop a team chemistry and veteran leadership for the 2011 campaign, and he believes his team took a step in that... more »»

17 Sign To Play At WVU

February 3, 2011 MORGANTOWN — Dana Holgorsen’s first taste of National Signing Day on the East Coast was something of an eye-opener. more »»

There are No Premier Coaching Jobs in the Big East

January 4, 2011 The Big East’s BCS invitation has meant only one thing to the coaches who have accepted it in recent years: See you later! When Connecticut coach Randy Edsall took the job at Maryland on Sunday, he... more »»

WVU Suffers Loss in Champs Sports Bowl

January 3, 2011 ORLANDO, Fla. more »»

Making Sense of the WVU Grid Situation

January 1, 2011 BILL STEWART. I’ve had some time to digest the recent change-in-leadership of the West Virginia University football program. more »»

Holgorsen To Take Reins in 2012

December 16, 2010 MORGANTOWN, W.Va. more »»

Expectations High for Holgorsen

December 16, 2010 MORGANTOWN - It looks like West Virginia Athletics Director Oliver Luck had seen enough. more »»

Seniors Play Their Last Home Game

December 5, 2010 MORGANTOWN — Saturday was Senior Day at Mountaineer Field, the latest in a long line of senior classes to have experienced all kinds of success on the football field. more »»

Offense Keeps Foot On the Gas

December 5, 2010 MORGANTOWN — After struggling in a big way offensively in the second half of their first five Big East games — where they combined to score fewer than 20 points — the West Virginia Mountaineers have... more »»

Horned Frogs A Welcome Addition

November 30, 2010 Texas Christian University athletics director Chris Del Conte said Monday was “a great day to be a Frog. more »»

Hogan’s Pick Turned Tide

November 27, 2010 PITTSBURGH — If Ryan Clarke’s fumble in overtime against UConn was a play that might have cost West Virginia a shot at a Big East title and Bowl Championship Series berth, then Brandon Hogan’s... more »»

Thomas Never Had Any Doubt

November 27, 2010 PITTSBURGH — Not long after West Virginia had lost back-to-back games to Syracuse and UConn and it looked like they’d play out the string mostly in hopes of avoiding a bowl game in Birmingham,... more »»

WVU-Pitt Rivalry Is As Unpredictable As Ever

November 26, 2010 MORGANTOWN — No one has scored as many as 20 points in any of the last three WVU-Pitt games and the 2010 edition looks like it might lead to a fourth straight low-scoring Backyard Braw. more »»

 
 

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