Mountaineers Defend the Black Diamond Trophy

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After a disappointing 0-2 start, West Virginia traveled to Blacksburg for the second of a home-and-home series against rival Virginia Tech. Last season, WVU eked out a win over Virginia Tech in Morgantown. This year, they left no doubt, leaving Blacksburg with a convincing 33-10 win. Like that, the Mountaineers defend the Black Diamond Trophy, […] READ MORE


Previewing The Mountaineers’ Trip To Blacksburg

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This is the annual cycle. It feels like forever before the season begins. Then, before you know it, teams head into their fourth game, nearing the completion of one-third of the regular season. That is where West Virginia finds itself as it travels to face long-time rival Virginia Tech this Thursday night. ESPN will televise […] READ MORE


Mountaineers Focus on Kansas

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Mountaineers Focus on Kansas Seven days past the stinging defeat to hated rival Pitt, the West Virginia Mountaineers set their eyes on the Big 12. Over the past few days, the players have reiterated their goal of a Big 12 Championship. Perhaps that seems a tad ambitious, but we would certainly prefer to see the […] READ MORE


Mountaineers Stop Short in Brawl

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Mountaineers Stop Short in the Backyard Brawl Let us start here with a question for West Virginia Mountaineer fans. Just imagine a scenario where Head Coach Neal Brown decides to go for it on fourth-and-one at midfield with six minutes left in the game. What if WVU comes up short? Do fans still blame Brown, […] READ MORE


Previewing the Backyard Brawl

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Previewing the Backyard Brawl Soon enough, we will stop speculating on what could be and start talking about what actually happened. That is right, fans. The college football season is upon us. This Thursday, September 1, the West Virginia Mountaineers and Pitt Panthers will renew a rivalry that spans 104 prior meetings. The opening kick […] READ MORE


Projecting the Mountaineers’ Depth Chart

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The “camp” portion of Fall Camp came to a close last Thursday with the West Virginia Mountaineers’ second scrimmage, which was closed to the press. We offered our predictions for offensive surprises and defensive surprises. The team will likely release its first iteration of an opening game depth chart Monday afternoon. That depth chart, of […] READ MORE


Mountaineers’ Four Offensive Surprises

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Mountaineers’ Four Offensive Surprises We continue our West Virginia Fall Camp coverage with less than two weeks to go before the 2022 Backyard Brawl. Previously, we made our predictions for four defensive surprises for WVU’s 2022 season. Now, we look at the other side of the ball and present our predictions for the Mountaineers’ four […] READ MORE


Mountaineers’ Three Biggest Questions for 2022

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Mountaineers’ Three Biggest Questions for 2022 As pollsters and experts release their early pre-season polls and the teams actually get to work for 2022 Fall camp, we inch that much closer to opening kickoff. We have been working with a theme for the West Virginia football team this off-season. In a ten-part series, we have […] READ MORE


WVU Offense Gets Its Boost with JT Daniels

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WVU Offense Gets Its Boost with JT Daniels JT Daniels enrolled at USC as a central piece to its outstanding 2018 recruiting class. In 247Sports’ composite rankings, Daniels finished the season as the number 16 overall recruit with a 0.9919 composite score. Indeed, he still ranks in the top 350 recruits of all time by that […] READ MORE


2021 SEC East Predictions

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Return To Form In 2021? The 2020 college football season was like none ever seen before. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the SEC went to a ten-game all-league schedule. On the field, Florida claimed their first SEC East title since 2016. Now as we head into 2021 schools are planning a return to normal. […] READ MORE