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Mitch Vingle: Kanawha Valley gets a peek at WVU signee Bender
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Mitch Vingle: Kanawha Valley gets a peek at WVU signee Bender

If you live in the Kanawha Valley and wish to see WVU signee Maciej “Magic” Bender play hoops, this is the week for you.

Mitch Vingle: Kanawha Valley gets a peek at WVU signee Bender
Mitch Vingle: Kanawha Valley gets a peek at WVU signee Bender

If you live in the Kanawha Valley and wish to see WVU signee Maciej “Magic” Bender play hoops, this is the week for you.

Norman Chad: Broncos proved to be Newton’s Kryptonite

“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” opens in theaters next month. This month — in the guise of Super Bowl L — we just had “Sheriff v Superman: Justice at Dusk.” Somehow, the aging local lawman/pizza pitchman...

Doug Smock: Looking back at Marshall’s Class of 2011
Doug Smock: Looking back at Marshall’s Class of 2011

As you watch the progression — or the lack thereof — of the players who signed last week to play football at Marshall, keep the class of 2011 in mind.

Mitch Vingle: The game within WVU’s impressive game
Mitch Vingle: The game within WVU’s impressive game

MORGANTOWN — What a crazy, crazy world we live in, eh?

Frank Giardina: Broncos, ‘Pig’ and ’60s KVC hoops

I lived my early childhood in the coal region community of Gary in McDowell County, where we all worshipped the Gary High School Coaldiggers and were fierce rivals with the Welch Maroon Wave, the Big Creek Owls, the Northfork Blue Demons and the...

Mitch Vingle: Where have all the Florida recruits gone?
Mitch Vingle: Where have all the Florida recruits gone?

Throughout the years, Florida recruiting has been very good to WVU.

Mitch Vingle: Ferns and some signing day moments
Mitch Vingle: Ferns and some signing day moments

MORGANTOWN — If you followed the action on college football’s National Signing Day, you saw some fireworks.

Mike Casazza: WVU basketball thrives on being underappreciated
Mike Casazza: WVU basketball thrives on being underappreciated

MORGANTOWN — West Virginia coach Bob Huggins has a team ranked No. 14 by the media and No. 12 by the coaches. It was in the top 10 of both polls the previous two weeks and actually first reached those heights after...

Mitch Vingle: Super Six, Big 12 and football recruiting
Mitch Vingle: Super Six, Big 12 and football recruiting

Ye olde notebook:

Back in mid-September of last year, University of Charleston Stadium manager Doug Carte said the Capital City would be bidding on the latest Super Six contract. He pointed to the $347,270 project of installing new lights at the ...

Doug Smock: Herd hoops, beer sales, officiating and Whoopi
Doug Smock: Herd hoops, beer sales, officiating and Whoopi

HUNTINGTON — There are a few certainties with modern-day Marshall basketball. The ball is going to whip around so fast it will make you dizzy. And the 3-pointers are going up — after Saturday’s games,...

Norman Chad: Another Super Bowl Viewing Guide? L yes!

We’re talking Super Bowl L — L! — and, remarkably, Couch Slouch has experienced them all.

Alas, I made the mistake of actually going to two of them, so I’ve only seen 47 on television. And TV is where it’s at,...

Mitch Vingle: WVU getting a player with game, vision in SC’s Knapper
Mitch Vingle: WVU getting a player with game, vision in SC’s Knapper

The apple juice bottle flew past Sean Knapper as he sat in the upper deck of the South Charleston Community Center.

Within a millisecond, 5-year-old son Bryson followed.

“Dad,” said the boy, bursting with energy,...

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