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ELLIOTT: Too Much Inexperience for WVU to Overcome

March 17, 2012 PITTSBURGH — In the end, West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said, the inexperience was much too much. more »»

Rine: Harris Is Happy With New Home

March 14, 2012 WEST LIBERTY — Mapquest tells us it’s only a little less than 83 miles from Zanesville to West Liberty University. more »»

Elliott: West Lib's Falk Has Motor That Never Stops

March 13, 2012 WEST LIBERTY — Alex Falk revs his RPMs higher than anyone and he admits even he doesn’t know how much the tach can take. ‘‘I haven’t reached it yet,’’ he said. more »»

Huggins Thinks WVU Is in NCAA Tourney

March 1, 2012 MORGANTOWN — Bob Huggins thinks the Mountaineers are in the NCAA Tournament, regardless of what happens at South Florida on Saturday or in next week’s Big East Tournament. more »»

Tend Favored In Friday Race

March 1, 2012 CHESTER — Every Thoroughbred handicapper knows the race doesn’t always go to the swiftest and strongest. more »»

Steelers Parting With WR Ward

March 1, 2012 PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Steelers will release wide receiver Hines Ward. more »»

Monarchs Take To Road For 2012 Track Season

February 26, 2012 GLEN DALE — Speculation has arisen recently that John Marshall would have to cancel its track and field season due to the condition of the running surface that surrounds the football field at Monarc... more »»

THORP: Entire History at JM Is on Full Display

February 25, 2012 HUNTINGTON — Located in the bowels of John Marshall High School is the wrestling team’s old practice facility. more »»

Cameron's Strength and Conditioning Lauded

February 19, 2012 CAMERON — Nobody was more surprised than Eric James when he was contacted by the folks at weight training organization Bigger Faster Stronger. more »»

Nailers’ Schepke Hopes to Revive Career

February 17, 2012 WHEELING — Matt Schepke went to bed Feb. more »»

Elliott: Freshmen Falling Short At W.Virginia

February 10, 2012 MORGANTOWN — The much-talked-about freshman class at WVU is falling short of expectations. Perhaps not mine or yours, but most certainly those of Coach Bob Huggins. more »»

DeForest’s Move Was To Step up in Career

February 2, 2012 MORGANTOWN — I recently asked a rather philosophical buddy of mine who he thought West Virginia’s next defensive coordinator would be. He said, ‘You can’t see DeForest through the trees. more »»

WVU Announces Recruits

February 2, 2012 MORGANTOWN — Saying he didn’t have a particular position in which there was a need to stockpile players, West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen announced the 2012 recruiting class Wednesda. more »»

Where Has All The Trash Talk Gone?

February 2, 2012 INDIANAPOLIS— We already know why they play the game. more »»

Toronto Blanks Penguins

February 2, 2012 TORONTO (AP) — James Reimer stopped all 25 shots he faced and Clarke MacArthur scored in the third period to lift the Toronto Maple Leafs past the Pittsburgh Penguins 1-0 on Wednesday night. more »»

Petersen Working For Second Chance

January 29, 2012 WHEELING — If there are any aspiring American Hockey League players out there that need advice on how to handle what amounts to a demotion, the Wheeling Nailers’ Nick Petersen should be your... more »»

Proposed Sale Of Nailers Proceeding

January 28, 2012 WHEELING — The proposed sale of the Wheeling Nailers is about to reach its second stage, according to the team’s Vice President of Business Operations Craig Bommer. more »»

Rine: Nailers Sale Headed to Stage 2

January 27, 2012 WHEELING – The proposed sale of the Wheeling Nailers is about to reach its second stage, according to the team’s Vice President of Business Operations Craig Bommer. more »»

Elliott: Mountaineers Not Far From Where They’ve Been

January 21, 2012 MORGANTOWN — If you’re at all worried about West Virginia’s place in the college basketball world, as it pertains to the NCAA Tournament, don’t be. more »»

Nailers Are Important to Wheeling

January 20, 2012 WHEELING — Unless you’ve been living under a rock, and apparently Wheeling Mayor Andy McKenzie has, the Wheeling Nailers have been incredibly important to the Ohio Valley the last 20 years, both... more »»

 
 

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