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Mitch Vingle

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Mitch Vingle: Big 12 recruiting woes; Marshall’s Sept. 6 game

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It’s been just a little hectic at 1001 Virginia St. East in the last couple of days.

As you know, there is no more Charleston Gazette. There is no more Charleston Daily Mail. There is a Gazette-Mail, and tha...

WVU hoops preparing for Bahamas trip

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Next month, WVU’s basketball team will leave Morgantown behind for a trip to the Bahamas.

And Mountaineer coach Bob Huggins is hoping the team leaves something else in the rearview mirror.

“The ...

Prized WVU hoops recruit Ahmad cleared to play

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West Virginia basketball coach Bob Huggins’ summer received a little sunshine on Wednesday.

According to the coach, prized 2015 recruit Esa Ahmad, Ohio’s back-to-back player of the year, was officiall...

Greenbrier Classic: Tiger calls performance ‘a great sign’

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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — Tiger Woods was not the winner of the 2015 Greenbrier Classic.

In your mind.

In his mind, the week was a complete success. And he indeed was a winne...

Big 12 notes: WVU gets hoops visitor

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The Big 12 men’s basketball coaches gathered on Monday — at least via teleconference.

Away from the phone, though, probably proved more interesting for Mountaineer coach Bob Huggins. The news from Mor...

West experiences ‘special moments’ in NBA title ride

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WVU basketball coach Bob Huggins couldn’t contain his pride. A picture came across his phone showing former Mountaineer player Jonnie West holding the NBA’s Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy early We...

Stephen Curry may splash down at Greenbrier Classic

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A purse of $6.7 million brings out many terrific golfers.


But this year’s Greenbrier Classic just might include a terrific basketball player as well.

Greenbrier names Trevino pro emeritus

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If only Sam Snead were still around. One can only imagine the boisterous conversations he would have had upon welcoming Lee Trevino to The Greenbrier.

The 74-year-old “Merry Mex” has been named golf p...