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Turnbull’s tenure dominates WVU wrestling history

Did Oliver Luck really do a thorough job in deeply evaluating Craig Turnbull’s 36-year career as wrestling coach before firing him?

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Register-Herald Apr 14, 2014

Much still to be answered this fall

In Saturday’s paper, I compiled a list of five things to watch at West Virginia University’s annual Gold-Blue Spring Game. Now, after watching the football scrimmage that concluded this year’s spring drills and taking some time to process what I saw, it’s time to go back and revisit those five points and how they turned out on Saturday.
Times West Virginian Apr 13, 2014

Gold-Blue Game answers few questions at quarterback

Dana Holgorsen finds himself in a quarterback quandary. He’s looking to have one quarterback and has five of them as spring practice ends, and nothing about the spring session has done anything to straighten out the situation.
Times West Virginian Apr 12, 2014

Fans looking for answers in WVU Gold-Blue Game

Perhaps the most important spring practice in Dana Holgorsen’s tenure as West Virginia football coach comes to a conclusion at 1 p.m. today when the annual Gold-Blue Spring Football Game is held at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium. The gates open at noon and tickets are $10 with net proceeds benefiting WVU Children’s Hospital.
Register-Herald Apr 11, 2014

Five things to watch at WVU spring game

Spring practice will come to an end for West Virginia University this afternoon when the Mountaineer football team hosts the annual Gold-Blue Spring Game at 1 p.m. at Milan Puskar Stadium.
Register-Herald Apr 11, 2014

WVU recruits will go head-to-head in SBC national game

In a few short months, Jevon Carter and Daxter Miles will be working together to try to lead Bob Huggins’ West Virginia Mountaineers back to the NCAA Tournament.
West Virginia spring game offers intriguing first looks

West Virginia spring game offers intriguing first looks

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Time heals all wounds, and spring football helps a bit, too.
Scrimmage has moments for Holgorsen

Scrimmage has moments for Holgorsen

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Its Super Marios world now.
Times West Virginian Apr 11, 2014

HERTZEL COLUMN: Orlosky takes center stage in WVU O-line

With an acknowledged lack of depth and experience at offensive tackle, much pressure falls on the center of the West Virginia offensive line ... and we mean that in both aspects of the word center. Indeed, the men in the middle — guards Quinton Spain and Mark Glowinski — must stand strong, but the true center, Tyler Orlosky, will be the center of attention, so to speak.
Times West Virginian Apr 10, 2014

HERTZEL COLUMN: Spring sports ‘oasis’ solves two problems

In the midst of Oliver Luck’s Tuesday morning press conference to put forth the details of the $106 million facilities improvement plan, an idea was put forth from the media peanut gallery in the form of a question. The question was asked in the midst of conversation about expanding the parking area around the Coliseum, an admitted problem by the athletic director and one that well might be part of why attendance has fallen at men’s basketball games over the past few years.
Times West Virginian Apr 9, 2014

WVU unveils plans for new facilities

Back in the 1950s, Rosemary Clooney, whose nephew is the actor George Clooney, had a hit song entitled “This Ole House” and Tuesday morning in his “ole house,” the West Virginia University Coliseum, you could almost hear athletic director Andrew Luck singing the lyrics as he explained the plans for $106 million in improvements that will be performed on Milan Puskar Stadium, the Coliseum and the other athletic facilities.
Register-Herald Apr 8, 2014

Dillon making impact on West Virginia defense this spring

K.J. Dillon has been a contributor on the West Virginia defense. He provided depth at the safety spot as a freshman in 2013, recording 20 tackles and forcing a fumble, and as a sophomore he made four starts, battling injuries throughout the season on his way to 28 tackles and six pass breakups.

WVU athletic department releases facilities master plan

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — When West Virginia transitioned from the Big East to the Big 12 in 2012, athletic director Oliver Luck asked his coaches to pay close attention to athletic facilities at other Big 12 venues. One day, he hoped, their feedback and insights would help mold the Mountaineers’ athletic campus long-overdue facelift.
Times West Virginian Apr 8, 2014

HERTZEL COLUMN- WVU’s Shorts, Smallwood continue exodus together

The first most have heard about Eastern Christian came through a Sports Illustrated story back in August of 2012.
Times West Virginian Apr 7, 2014

HERTZEL COLUMN- Calicchio hopes to answer call for Mountaineers

The first thought that comes to mind as Michael Calicchio approaches — his white No. 63 West Virginia jersey having darn near as many Xs in its size designation as the defense has on the chalkboard on the locker room wall, as in Size: XXXXXXLarge — is that he surely is going to greet you with the words “You rang?”