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Register-Herald Aug 9, 2014

RB Garrison out to prove he is still a weapon for Mountaineers

Dustin Garrison was supposed to be the next WVU running back on the impressive list of all-time greats.
Times West Virginian Aug 8, 2014

Oklahoma tickets on sale Monday

Tickets for West Virginia’s Sept. 20 matchup with the Oklahoma Sooners will go on sale to the public through the Mountaineer Ticket Office on Monday, at 9 a.m.
Times West Virginian Aug 8, 2014

HERTZEL COLUMN: Speaking the same language helps coaches

It was a long time ago, although not quite as long as the “four and a half centuries ago”, as Dana Holgorsen put it, that the West Virginia head football coach first crossed paths with the man who would become his offensive coordinator, Shannon Dawson.
Times West Virginian Aug 8, 2014

Mountaineers, libraries kick off fourth Touchdown Challenge

The West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and the WVU libraries are teaming up again for the Mountaineer Touchdown Challenge, a fundraising campaign to benefit the libraries.
Times West Virginian Aug 8, 2014

HERTZEL COLUMN: Snyder says NCAA football has ‘sold out’

Mostly, we suspect, the words that came out of Bill Snyder’s mouth will fly under the radar and not make much of a stir, even if they did come one day before college football voted to give autonomy to its five major “power” conferences. While they are words as important as any spoken on the subject of college football’s place in the America society, they were uttered by the wrong person in the wrong place at the wrong time to have any real effect.
Register-Herald Aug 7, 2014

Bumps, bruises just fine with WVU’s coaches

After eight practices, three with full contact, the West Virginia University football team is starting to see some bumps, bruises and scrapes. The training room has become nearly as popular as High Street for the athletes, and the freshmen are starting to learn that college football is a little harder on the body than the high school game.  
Times West Virginian Aug 7, 2014

HERTZEL COLUMN: Snyder says NCAA football has ‘sold out’

Mostly, we suspect, the words that came out of Bill Snyder’s mouth will fly under the radar and not make much of a stir, even if they did come one day before college football voted to give autonomy to its five major “power” conferences.
Times West Virginian Aug 7, 2014

Dropping of charges against Smallwood good news for WVU

The recent decision by state legal authorities in Wilmington, Delaware, to drop all charges against West Virginia University running back Wendell Smallwood had to be good news to his team.
Times West Virginian Aug 7, 2014

‘Come to Jesus’ lifts WVU defense

It’s nice to be rough and tough when it comes to defensive football, but a little religion never hurts, either. At least not the kind that West Virginia University defensive coordinator Tony Gibson had with his group of Tuesday.
Register-Herald Aug 7, 2014

Mountaineers starting to believe

The talk all offseason from the West Virginia University football camp has been about shocking the world. The Mountaineers certainly have an opportunity to do that, facing the No. 2 team in the nation, Alabama, in the Aug. 30 opener.
Register-Herald Aug 6, 2014

Moss excelled as WVU halfback during Golden Era of the 1950s

Bob Moss was one of a handful of outstanding halfbacks and fullbacks West Virginia University had during the first Golden Era of the 1950’s.  
Times West Virginian Aug 6, 2014

Glowinski more than ‘other guard’

He is the poster child for the West Virginia University offensive line, and considering that Quinton Spain stands 6-foot-5 and weighs 340 pounds it might be best to see if the poster isn’t too big to hang on your wall.
Times West Virginian Aug 6, 2014

Reports out of WVU’s football camp most encouraging

It is certainly encouraging that there’s talk of a completely new outlook evolving from West Virginia University’s football training camp this year.
Times West Virginian Aug 6, 2014

Lucas saw ‘a lot of things’ in Miami

 Marquis Lucas is from Miami, Florida, but don’t be looking to be taking any vacations in his neighborhood. The Fontainebleau Resort it ain’t. His high school’s name may give you some idea about the kind of environment he left behind when he came to play offensive line at West Virginia University — Miami Central. Let’s just say the picture postcards that come from Florida don’t include any pictures from his neighborhood. One day there were people down there taking pictures, only they were from the homicide squad. You ask Lucas the worst thing he saw, and that’s the day he...
Register-Herald Aug 6, 2014

Reports out of WVU's football camp are most encouraging

It is certainly encouraging that there’s talk of a completely new outlook evolving from West Virginia’s football training camp this year.