Mountaineers Survive James Madison

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The Mountaineers opened the Neal Brown era with a win over an FCS opponent.  The win improves the Mountaineers’ record against FCS opponents to 20-0 all time.  Unfortunately, the win put several areas of weakness into perspective.  That said, West Virginia adjusted at halftime, and the Mountaineers survived James Madison to beat the Dukes 20-13. […] READ MORE


Mountaineers: Previewing James Madison

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In just days, the West Virginia Mountaineers open the book on the Neal Brown Era.  On Saturday, August 31, the Mountaineers host the James Madison Dukes.  Kickoff happens at 2:00.  The game will be televised on AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh.  For fans outside of that footprint, WVU Sports will stream the game live.  And for those […] READ MORE


Five Offensive Surprises For The Mountaineers

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Earlier this week, we named our top candidates to have a breakout season on the defensive side of the ball for the Mountaineers.  While we correctly predicted most of our defensive surprises last year, we did not have the same success on the offensive side.  So we’ll try to do a bit better this year. […] READ MORE


Mountaineer Wishlist: The Offense

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Fall camp begins in just days, with players reporting on August 1.  Fan day occurs just a few days later, on August 3.  With the beginning of the season just around the corner, we wanted to start our 2019 season coverage in earnest.  The athletic department and the staff have been managing expectations, but the […] READ MORE


Mountaineers’ Neal Brown Winning On Recruiting Trail

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Head Coach Neal Brown took over the West Virginia football team in January, already several months behind on the 2020 recruiting cycle.  As we wrote previously, Brown did a remarkable job holding serve on the 2019 class.  Since then, he has added a few pieces to that class, including former five-star receiver George Campbell from […] READ MORE


Mountaineers’ Quarterback Battle

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Memorial Day fireworks and parades have come and gone. Pools are open. School is out (for most).  That means summer has arrived. More importantly, less than three months remain until a new college football season begins. As baseball season ended in upsetting fashion, fans turn their focus to summer workouts. This is our early look […] READ MORE


The Sky Is Not Falling In Morgantown

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Over the past 36 hours, news trickled out that three Mountaineer safeties have entered the transfer portal. First, fans learned that star player Kenny Robinson was entering the portal.  Then, Derrek Pitts followed suit. Finally, we learned that E.J. Brown was also transferring.  Reactions have been mixed.  But the most common theme was alarm.  We […] READ MORE


Five Thoughts: West Virginia Mountaineers’ Spring Game

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On Saturday afternoon, the Mountaineers held their first Spring Game of the Neal Brown era. If attendance was any indication, fans are indeed excited about their new Head Coach. Just under 19,000 fans attended, making it the third-largest crowd in the history of the event.  After taking it all in, here are our five thoughts from […] READ MORE


Top Three Mountaineers’ Storylines Heading Into Spring

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This last week, the West Virginia Mountaineers football team opened Spring practice. This marks the inauguration of a new regime in Morgantown, as Head Coach Neal Brown starts putting his stamp on the program’s future. Without further ado, we present the top three Mountaineers’ storylines heading into Spring. Quarterback Battle The biggest story this Spring […] READ MORE


Five Spring Storylines For The Oklahoma Sooners

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The Oklahoma Sooner football team has had an eventful first month of the offseason. Now, there is the usual discussion about way too early depth charts, players leaving early for the NFL, and coaching movements. But, this particular first month of the offseason has been particularly interesting. Now, we will look at five spring storylines […] READ MORE