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Jan 23, 2022
Constant Whistles Disrupt Flow Of WVU – Texas Tech Game

Constant Whistles Disrupt Flow Of WVU – Texas Tech Game

Perhaps you are familiar with the phenomena that is tinnitus, described by the Mayo Clinic as a ringing or other noise in one or both of your ears. It isn’t really caused by an external sound at the moment and others around you cannot hear it. But it is very real, caused perhaps by aging, […]
Jan 22, 2022
WVU Battles To Get To Mid-Pack Of Big 12

WVU Battles To Get To Mid-Pack Of Big 12

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The time has come to face reality. West Virginia is probably not even to be considered, at this moment, a middle of the pack Big 12 basketball team. As the Mountaineers ready for today’s noon game at first-year coach Mark Ross’s No. 18 Texas Tech Red Raiders that will be shown on […]
Jan 19, 2022
Simple Stat Adds Up To WVU Defeat

Simple Stat Adds Up To WVU Defeat

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — Coaches would have you believe that basketball is a very confusing game. They talk about changing defenses and creating matchups, of building a roster and setting up a rotation and taking advantage of what a player’s asset is and trying to hide his deficiency. It’s about positioning or pace, about throwing […]
Jan 18, 2022
One Week Changes Tenor Of WVU – Baylor Matchup

One Week Changes Tenor Of WVU – Baylor Matchup

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — It was supposed to be the biggest, most important night of West Virginia’s basketball season. No. 1 Baylor was coming to the Coliseum to face a new-look West Virginia team that was establishing its own identity as a contender in the Big 12 race. A week ago, everything was on track for […]
Jan 15, 2022
Deicphering Shane Lyons’ Oversight Of WVU Football

Deicphering Shane Lyons’ Oversight Of WVU Football

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia athletic director Shane Lyons took 10 minutes out of his morning Friday to give his football coach, Neal Brown, a vote of confidence on MetroNews’ Talkline. But a lot of what he said needed some interpretation. And so it is we will take about 10 minutes of our time to […]
Jan 13, 2022
WVU Shows Heretofore Unseen Abilities In OSU Win

WVU Shows Heretofore Unseen Abilities In OSU Win

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Who are these guys? That was the phrase that kept echoing in one’s mind on Tuesday night as West Virginia was disposing of Oklahoma State by 10 points in a game that was nowhere that close. West Virginia was making shots, running offense, controlling the boards, making quick, sure and sometimes spectacular […]
Jan 12, 2022
Bridges, Osabuohien Lasso Pokes

Bridges, Osabuohien Lasso Pokes

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.  — For the first time this year, West Virginia put it all together for a full game, and with Gabe Osabuohien and Jalen Bridges leading the way, the Mountaineers beat Oklahoma State, 70-60, in a game that was not nearly that close before 10,352 insomniacs at the Coliseum. The game, starting at 9 […]
Jan 9, 2022
WVU Continues Pattern Of Play In Win Over Kansas State

WVU Continues Pattern Of Play In Win Over Kansas State

MORGANTOWN, W.va. — It has become apparent that this West Virginia University basketball team is going to toy with your heart day in and day out. Start slowly, play badly while doing it, fall behind and then find some way to gather together and rally. It was exactly the formula WVU used again on Saturday […]
Jan 7, 2022
Absence Highlights Importance of WVU’s Sherman, Osabuohien

Absence Highlights Importance of WVU’s Sherman, Osabuohien

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Sometimes you don’t appreciate what you have until you don’t have it any more, and so it was last weekend when West Virginia men’s basketball went to Texas and didn’t have Taz Sherman. Slow down, now. I know you appreciated Sherman and the 21 points per game he was scoring for the […]
Jan 2, 2022
Football Returnee, Departure Announcements For WVU

Football Returnee, Departure Announcements For WVU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Perhaps influenced by his brother, Darius, being passed over in last year’s NFL draft; perhaps influenced by feeling he had more improvement to make before entering the draft; perhaps influenced by feeling West Virginia may be closer to putting together a winner than anyone thinks, as Coach Neal Brown proclaimed following a […]
Jan 1, 2022
Deoge’s Departure Still Not Good Enough For Some

Deoge’s Departure Still Not Good Enough For Some

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The timing was exquisite. It was Dec. 31. New Year’s Eve and the finality it represents. The end of the old, bring on the new. Doubtful that was on West Virginia quarterback Jarret Doege’s mind when he announced via Twitter that he had come to the end of the line as West […]
Dec 30, 2021
Uncertain Path For WVU Football

Uncertain Path For WVU Football

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — If nothing else, Neal Brown has always been honest when looking defeat in the face and it was no different on Tuesday night after his West Virginia football team got beat up by a large, physical Minnesota team that dominated both sides of the line of scrimmage while winning the Guaranteed Rate […]
Dec 29, 2021
Only The Final Score Made Sense

Only The Final Score Made Sense

What do you expect come bowl season? Sanity? Not this year, not when the SEC has played four games and lost them all and the service academies are 2-0. Not when you are West Virginia, playing a football game in a baseball stadium; one with a retractable roof that was opened during a rare desert […]
Dec 29, 2021
WVU Bowl Play Highlights Year-Long Issues For WVU

WVU Bowl Play Highlights Year-Long Issues For WVU

Depending on the way you look at, West Virginia either put a disastrous finish to its 2021 season or got off to a dismal start on their 2022 season as they were manhandled by a bigger, more physical Minnesota team from the Big 10 in the Guaranteed Rate Bowl at Chase Field in Phoenix. The […]
Dec 28, 2021
Second Bowl At WVU a Pivotal Point for Neal Brown

Second Bowl At WVU a Pivotal Point for Neal Brown

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — In many ways, a bowl game is something different than what a football team faces during its regular season, be it non-conference opponents or Big 12 foes in the case of West Virginia. Unless it is an upper-tier bowl or part of the College Football Playoff, it is looked upon as either […]

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