West Virginia Wins the Liberty Bowl

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West Virginia Wins Liberty Bowl In an unconventional finish for an unconventional year, West Virginia wins the Liberty Bowl over Army. After scrambling to put together a full schedule after most conferences canceled most, or all, non-conference games, Army posted a strong nine-win season. After dealing with a rescheduled, and ultimately canceled, game, the Mountaineers […] READ MORE


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 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


Reevaluating the Climb

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After nine games, the Mountaineers stand at 3-6. The road ahead does not offer the Mountaineers reprieve, either. They face two top 25 opponents the next two weeks, and then travel to face TCU to close the season.  As we wrote in July, the Mountaineers began managing expectations early. Head Coach Neal Brown pushed the […] READ MORE


Mountaineers Seeking Answers

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Mountaineers Seeking Answers After starting the 2019 season with three wins and one loss, the Mountaineers suffered two straight home losses. First, the Mountaineers lost a hard-fought battle with Texas. Then, the Mountaineers lost to Iowa State for the second straight season. Unfortunately, West Virginia lost more than the game last weekend. They also lost […] READ MORE


Mountaineers Look to Continue Their Climb

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After a slight step back against the Longhorns in Morgantown this past Saturday, the Mountaineers look to continue their climb this weekend. On Saturday, West Virginia hosts Iowa State at Milan Puskar Stadium. The teams kick off at 4:00. ESPN will televise the matchup. Mountaineers Look To Continue Their Climb Looking Back To Texas First […] READ MORE


NC State Struggles in Morgantown

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The NC State Wolfpack headed to West Virginia looking to prove themselves in their first test of the 2019 season. But after Saturday’s 44-27 loss in Morgantown, the Wolfpack headed back to Raleigh in dismay. Coming into the game on Saturday, the Wolfpack were 2-0 and had outscored both of their opponents by a combined […] READ MORE


Mountaineers: Previewing the Wolfpack

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Mountaineers: Previewing the Wolfpack It is hard to believe, but, after this weekend, the West Virginia Mountaineers will have completed one-quarter of their season. They face the NC State Wolfpack coming off of a lopsided defeat to Missouri. Earlier this week, we lamented the hard loss and took a look at where the team failed. […] READ MORE


Mountaineers: Previewing Missouri

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Mountaineers: Previewing Missouri In 2016, West Virginia opened its season in Morgantown with a 26-11 win over the Missouri Tigers. First-year Head Coach Barry Odom led a young Tigers’ team back then. Now the Mountaineers travel to Columbia, Missouri, with a new coach in hand.  And leaving Columbia with their second win of the Neal […] READ MORE