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Collaros Impresses Casteel

November 14, 2010 MORGANTOWN — If West Virginia defensive coordinator Jeff Casteel needed a marbles partner, he knows who he’d take. He saw him plenty of him Saturday. more »»

Jones' Comments Mirror Stewart's Recent Ones

November 14, 2010 MORGANTOWN — He spoke of adversity, of faith being tested, of winning being expected, of doing the small things and having them add up to big things. more »»

West Virginia now hopeful spectator in Big East

November 2, 2010 CHARLESTON (AP) - In a span of two weeks, mistake-prone West Virginia has gone from being ranked contender to a hopeful spectator in the Big East race. Turnovers have taken a heavy toll. more »»

WVU Notebook: Everyone on the same page

October 28, 2010 MORGANTOWN — It’s kinda strange West Virginia’s Chris Neild plays with a hand on the ground because he’s certainly a standup guy. more »»

Game Preview: Connecticut Not Living Up to Preseason Hype

October 28, 2010 By JIM ELLIOTT MORGANTOWN — The UConn football website has a ‘‘highlight’’ video of last week’s 26-0 loss to Louisville. more »»

Taking a Moment To Interpret Stewart’s Words

October 24, 2010 MORGANTOWN — There was some talk after West Virginia’s 19-14 loss to Syracuse on Saturday that coach Bill Stewart might have let himself and his coaches off the hook, while placing much of the blame... more »»

Orange Beat WVU At Own Game

October 24, 2010 MORGANTOWN — Simply put, Syracuse beat West Virginia at its own game Saturday at Mountaineer Field. more »»

3-3-5 Has Teams Baffled

October 22, 2010 MORGANTOWN — It must be a funny scene, when West Virginia defensive coordinator Jeff Casteel assembles his newcomers, grabs a piece of chalk, and writes: Today’s Lesson, The 3-3-5 Stack defense. more »»

Plenty of Positives Thus Far For Mountaineers

October 19, 2010 MORGANTOWN — Ten things that have gone well for West Virginia in a 5-1 start that has it ranked 19th in the nation. 10. more »»

WVU Offense Throws a lot at USF

October 15, 2010 MORGANTOWN — Former Marshall coach Mark Snyder thought he had it tough the last time he was in West Virginia. more »»

Mountaineers Ready to Meet Bulls

October 14, 2010 MORGANTOWN — West Virginia will play South Florida tonight on just four days’ rest. So what, receiver Jock Sanders said. ‘‘I like games,’’ he said. ‘‘Nobody likes practices. We like games. more »»

Why Has USF Had WVU’s Number?

October 14, 2010 MORGANTOWN — Is West Virginia the team to beat in the Big East? Based on the non-conference results, which bordered on atrocious, you’d have to say ye. more »»

USF’s Holtz Familiar With WVU

October 12, 2010 MORGANTOWN — Ready for a toxic mix Mountaineers fans? Since the beginning of the 2006 season, West Virginia has an overall record of 44-12, a winning percentage of .785. It is 4-4 (. more »»

Starks Capitalizes on Opportunity

October 10, 2010 MORGANTOWN — With each passing game, it seemed junior receiver Bradley Starks was less involved in West Virginia’s passing game. more »»

Penalties Draw Stewart's Ire

October 10, 2010 MORGANTOWN — There’s a fine line between a 15-yard personal foul penalty for hitting a defenseless player and, um, nothing. more »»

No. 15 LSU survives No. 22 West Virginia, 20-14

October 6, 2010 BATON ROUGE, La. - Patrick Peterson added another highlight-reel play to his Heisman Trophy resume, and offensively challenged LSU needed it. Peterson returned a punt 60 yards for a score, and No. more »»

WVU must quiet the crowd at No. 15 LSU

October 6, 2010 BATON ROUGE, La. - During the ups and downs of Les Miles' tenure with LSU the past few seasons, the coach's record has remained perfect in one respec. more »»

Receivers coming to the rescue for West Virginia

October 6, 2010 MORGANTOWN - Being a wide receiver at West Virginia mostly has meant throwing blocks to spring the Mountaineers' stable of speedy running backs on long runs. more »»

Mountaineers Started Strong

September 19, 2010 MORGANTOWN — You always hear a lot about how offensive coaches script the first 15 plays in a given game, but rarely go back and look at the success or failure of that call sheet. Well, it’s time. more »»

 
 

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