Mountaineers All-Decade Offense

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Mountaineers All-Decade Offense The Mountaineers’ 2019 football season is done, and we now enter a new decade of West Virginia football. We recapped the last season of the 2010s here. Now, we want to move on to reviewing the highs and the lows of the last decade. Considering the offensive firepower the Mountaineers unloaded in […] READ MORE


Mountaineers Building Blue Collar Team

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The Mountaineers find themselves more than a week into fall camp.  The players have had their ups and downs. Head Coach Neal Brown called one early effort an “immature” practice.  But, while we have learned plenty about the attitude and improvement of the players, the staff and players have made one thing abundantly clear:  the […] READ MORE


West Virginia Mountaineers: In The Draft

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We previously recapped the Mountaineers participating in the NFL combine.  And then we predicted Mountaineers’ prospects draft positions.  Now, the 2019 NFL Draft is officially in the books.  How did the Mountaineers fare in the draft?  And how did we do in our predictions? West Virginia Mountaineers: In The Draft Prediction vs. Reality We predicted […] READ MORE


West Virginia Mountaineers: Draft Predictions

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The 2018 season was disappointing to Mountaineer fans for several reasons. But several West Virginia players solidified their draft status over the course of the year. As the 2019 NFL Draft quickly approaches, we are locking in our Mountaineers’ draft predictions now. The draft begins on April 25 with the first round, continues with the second […] READ MORE


West Virginia Mountaineers: Scouting the Combine

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Over the past several days, six West Virginia Mountaineers participated in the Combine for the 2019 NFL Draft. Will Grier, Trevon Wesco, Gary Jennings, David Sills, Yodny Cajuste, and David Long all received invitations to attend. We have been scouting the combine to bring you updates on all of the Mountaineers’ participants. Will Grier Seventeen […] READ MORE


Mountaineers Renew Old Rivalry In Camping World Bowl

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Selection Sunday has passed. That means no more conjecture on where your favorite teams will be playing. Those matchups have been announced. West Virginia has accepted an invitation to play Syracuse in Orlando. Indeed, on December 28, the Mountaineers renew an old rivalry in the Camping World Bowl. Disappointment in Morgantown The result is disappointing […] READ MORE


West Virginia Completes Texan Sweep

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At the beginning of today’s broadcast of West Virginia’s home matchup with the TCU Horned Frogs, announcer DeMarco Murray told fans that Will Grier and David Sills were the “most dynamic duo in college football,” proclaiming that the two “have their own secret language.” It took three tries today, but Sills and Grier did connect […] READ MORE


Horns Down: Three Thoughts After a Thriller in Austin

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Horns down. Flash that symbol at your own risk. At least, that is the first of our three thoughts after a thriller in Austin, sort of. The West Virginia Mountaineers won a close game 42-41 to escape its second top-25 matchup in the state of Texas with a win. Big 12 Referees Are a Farce […] READ MORE


The Mountaineers Are Perfecting The Art Of Celebration

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After defeating the Kansas State Wildcats 35-6, the West Virginia Mountaineers start 3-0 for the third time in four seasons. But something looks different in Morgantown this year. The Mountaineers are perfecting the art of celebration. The boys of fall clearly enjoy the game. More importantly, the Mountaineers seem to enjoy each other as a […] READ MORE