MORGANTOWN — A year ago at this time, a Rose was a Rose was a Rose.
by: Shanna Rose — USA Today: WVU Wire 22 Jun
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.–As a freshman and sophomore, Dravon Askew-Henry turned heads on the football field for West Virginia. The NFL scouts were buzzing but in 2016, he suffered a season-ending kn…
by: Bob Hertzel | For the Times West Virginian — The Times West Virginian 22 Jun
MORGANTOWN — A lot of preseason excitement was generated for West Virginia the other day when Sports Illustrated came out with its list of the Top 100 college football players
by: Nick Kirincic — USA Today: WVU Wire 21 Jun
It has been a slow and quiet summer for WVU Football. After a late spring frenzy of players transferring away from the program, things have finally settled down. Since then there has been some pl…
by: N/A — NCAA: West Virginia Mountaineers 21 Jun
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - For the first year Trevon Wesco played football at West Virginia University he was a lot like Robinson Crusoe - a castaway stranded on a deserted island.
by: Nick Shoemaker — SB Nation: The Smoking Musket 21 Jun
Tonight’s the night for West Virginia’s career steals and assists leader. Carter is positioned to be the first Mountaineer selected in the NBA Draft in eight years.
by: Sean McNamara | Times West Virginian — The Times West Virginian 21 Jun
FAIRMONT — The time of year, between the end of the spring school semester and the start of summer practice, generally is one ripe with football camps as well as
by: Bob Hertzel | For the Times West Virginian — The Times West Virginian 20 Jun
MORGANTOWN — If there is a void in West Virginia’s rich football history, it is that the two prize awards are missing.
by: WVUNite — SB Nation: The Smoking Musket 19 Jun
If I gave you six choices, a national championship or many different options that could lead to a natty, what would you choose?
by: Bob Hertzel | For the Times West Virginian — The Times West Virginian 19 Jun
MORGANTOWN — I like to call it “The WOW! Factor.”
by: Michael Miller — SB Nation: The Smoking Musket 18 Jun
After signing defensive linemen from Fairmont Senior High during back-to-back recruiting classes, West Virginia is looking to add a third in 2020.
by: Sean McNamara | Times West Virginian — The Times West Virginian 18 Jun
MORGANTOWN — Early Saturday afternoon, Twitter became abuzz as Fairmont Senior rising junior offensive and defensive lineman Zach Frazier made a major announcement, tweeting: “Excited to receive my first offer