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WVU Looking To Fix Mistakes

A week into the season, the West Virginia football team is in a position that it would undoubtedly rather not be in. The Mountaineers dropped Saturday’s season opener to the Maryland Terrapins, 30-24, in a game that appeared much further apart than the scoreboard showed. It marked the ...

WVU Invades Maryland

By JOHN RABY AP Sports Writer West Virginia’s Jarret Doege knew he had some work to do after a poor finish to the 2020 season. The quarterback needed the offseason to improve in several areas, among them awareness in the pocket, arm strength, footwork and foot speed. He’s also ...

Doege Improved Heading into 2021

MORGANTOWN — When West Virginia hits the field for Saturday’s season opener, all eyes will be under center. It’s been more than eight months since Jarret Doege, the Mountaineers’ starting quarterback, was benched during the Liberty Bowl due to struggles and ineffectiveness. He was ...

Youth at Safety Position Hard for WVU to Ignore

The makeup of West Virginia’s secondary — specifically the safety position — is unique to the eye. A gamebreaking leader in Alonzo Addae returns this fall, as do key contributors Sean Mahone and Scottie Young. Yet, outside of those three and Kerry Martin, the position is extremely ...

Mountaineers’ O-Line Has A High Ceiling

In 2019, offensive line coach Matt Moore walked into a position room that was fairly bare. Outside of future NFL-er Colton McKivitz at left tackle, the group lacked true difference-makers up front. There weren’t many players to turn to anywhere on the offensive line anyway, making it much ...

Ohio, WVU Agree To Three-Game Series

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia and Ohio have agreed to a three-game football series. West Virginia athletic director Shane Lyons said Wednesday that the Mountaineers will travel to Athens, Ohio, to play the Bobcats on Sept. 6, 2025. The next two games will be played in Morgantown ...