West Virginia’s Five Biggest Offensive Surprises

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West Virginia’s Five Biggest Offensive Surprises As part of our ongoing preseason coverage of the 2020 West Virginia Mountaineers’ football team, we looked at recruiting. We previewed the offensive skill groups: quarterback, running backs, and wide receivers. Then, we previewed the offensive and defensive lines. We also previewed the remaining defensive position groups: linebackers, cornerbacks, […] READ MORE


Mountaineers Ready to Play (For Now)

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Mountaineers Ready to Play (For Now) “It’s been a tough last five months.” A few minutes into his press conference to open Fall camp, Head Coach Neal Brown comes out and said what we have all been thinking. Those months have invited many questions. As Coach Brown said in a recent video shared through the […] READ MORE


Mountaineers’ 2020 Offensive Line Preview

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We continue our pre-season West Virginia football coverage with our Mountaineers’ 2020 offensive line preview. Mountaineers’ 2020 Offensive Line Preview The Decent, The Bad, And The Ugly From 2019 It is certainly no secret that West Virginia’s offensive line played poorly in 2019. The linemen don’t deny it. Head Coach Neal Brown certainly doesn’t shy […] READ MORE


Mountaineers’ 2020 Wide Receivers Preview

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We continue our positional preview series for West Virginia’s football season with our Mountaineers’ 2020 Wide Receivers preview. Mountaineers’ 2020 Wide Receivers Preview 2019: Highs and Lows The 2019 season featured plenty of peaks and valleys for the West Virginia receivers. Of the group, only T.J. Simmons yielded significant snaps in a Mountaineer uniform before […] READ MORE


Mountaineers’ 2020 Safety Preview

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Mountaineers’ 2020 Safety Preview We continue our West Virginia preseason football coverage with our Mountaineers’ 2020 safety preview. 2019: Issues with Depth The Mountaineers suffered at various points last season through depth and injury concerns. The offseason attrition at the position left West Virginia without several young, promising contributors. Ball-hawk Kenny Robinson and Derrek Pitts […] READ MORE


Mountaineers’ 2020 Cornerback Preview

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Mountaineers’ 2020 Cornerback Preview We conclude our West Virginia pre-season positional preview series with our Mountaineers’ 2020 cornerback preview. Previewing a Set of Unknowns Of all the position groups on the team, cornerback remains the one with the most unknowns. Only two returnees logged snaps in 2019. Nicktroy Fortune played in 11 games and accumulated […] READ MORE


Mountaineers’ 2020 Defensive Line Preview

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We began our West Virginia 2020 pre-season coverage by previewing the offensive position groups. Now, we continue that coverage with our Mountaineers’ 2020 defensive line preview. Mountaineers’ 2020 Defensive Line Preview Looking Back to Look Forward: 2019 As with many spots on the roster, Head Coach Neal Brown and staff replaced a majority of the […] READ MORE


Mountaineers’ 2020 Linebacker Preview

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We continue our pre-season West Virginia football coverage with our Mountaineers’ 2020 linebacker preview. Mountaineers’ 2020 Linebacker Preview Injuries and Transfers in 2019 The tale of the West Virginia linebacker corps in 2019 begins and ends with injury and in-season attrition. At the beginning of the season, this looked to be a group with manageable […] READ MORE


Mountaineers’ 2020 Quarterback Preview

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After an unusually long off-season due to the global pandemic, we pick up our coverage as teams begin to enter summer camps. Fortunately, the athletic department has plans in place to prevent, identify, and isolate future COVID-19 infections. Hopefully, these measures result in a 2020 football season. Until told otherwise, we assume that the season […] READ MORE


Mountaineers’ 2020 RB/TE Preview

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We continue our West Virginia football 2020 pre-season coverage with our Mountaineers’ 2020 RB/TE preview. Fortunately for the Mountaineers, both position groups return talent from last season. Mountaineers’ 2020 RB/TE Preview Running Back Preview 2019 Season Last season, the Mountaineers’ running game managed only 2.6 yards per carry. West Virginia suffered its worst year in […] READ MORE