SAN JOSE, Calif. — West Virginia’s season ended Thursday at a time no one on the floor in blue or in the stands in gold wanted but also in a fashion that could not have been unexpected.
One of Marshall’s greatest running backs, the NCAA’s leading single-game 3-point bomber and a member of the Thundering Herd’s greatest basketball team were part of the new class to be inducted into the MU Athletics Hall of Fame.
This hallowed ground has become much more familiar for West Virginia University’s men’s basketball team since Bob Huggins assumed control.
MORGANTOWN — When the media showed up for a dollop of WVU spring football on Tuesday, what they found was a smorgasbord of items.
You had to feel bad for Ravenswood’s point guard, Hayden Mandrake. He was just trying to dribble the ball across the halfcourt line, as he had done thousands of time before.