Doug SmockMarshall Reporter

Doug Smock is a 28-year newspaper veteran, working in Charleston since the summer of 1988. He has served in several capacities, from a news copy editor to his position of the last 14 years, Marshall beat writer. Having grown up in Huntington and graduated from MU, he knows the ups and downs of the Thundering Herd world.

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Recent Articles and Columns

Marshall’s strangest games, No. 2: Legend of Leftwich born in Akron
Marshall’s strangest games, No. 3: Herd program plummeted after painful loss at Akron
Marshall’s strangest games, No. 4: Tragedy overshadowed UCF’s 2005 win over Herd
Marshall strange games, No. 5: Louisville coach’s impending departure overshadowed Herd romp
Marshall’s strangest games, No. 6: Leftwich, Herd had last word vs. UCF
Marshall football, strangest games No. 7: Herd, WKU slugged it out through 2 OTs
Marshall’s strangest games: Late rally vs. Memphis saved Herd in 2011
Marshall strangest games, No. 9: Herd’s first win in Texas a long time coming
Marshall strangest games, No. 10: Loss to UCF was beginning of the end for Snyder
Marshall’s strangest games — No. 11: Herd, Tulane displaced by Hurricane Katrina
Marshall’s strangest games — No. 12: Herd stuns East Carolina in 2007
Doug Smock: Counting down Marshall’s strangest games
Greenbrier flood on minds of golfers at W.Va. Open media day
Pro career started, Bird wishes he could help out at Hoover
Golf notebook: Lagodich learned about self, game at Marshall
Greenbrier Classic scrubbed in wake of devastating floods
Is Greenbrier Classic in jeopardy after flooding?
Na, Berger added to Greenbrier Classic commitment list
Details emerge on Vinny Curry Project at Marshall
McGirt, Walker among latest Greenbrier Classic commitments
Big stage not a problem for golfer Jordan Niegbrugge
Marshall football mini-season-ticket packages unveiled
Sampras savors opportunity to take on McEnroe again at Greenbrier
WVU golfer Alan Cooke cruises to W.Va. Amateur title
State Amateur notebook: 61-year-old Harold Payne finishes in top 10