Whether there will even be a college football season this fall remains to be seen, but if there is, West Virginia University just picked up one of the nation’s very best immediately eligible transfers.
HUNTINGTON — At 3 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon, Marshall’s football players exited the Shewey Building to take part in an afternoon August practice at Joan C. Edwards Stadium.
College basketball programs are always looking well down the road for recruits, and that’s certainly the case for West Virginia men’s basketball head coach Bob Huggins.
Three of West Virginia University football’s top recruiting targets have trimmed their lists down to a final group in recent weeks, and plan to make a decision next month. The Mountaineers have made the cut for all three, but Neal Brown and staff will be facing stiff competition in order to …
With the college football landscape possibly crumbling around it, the WVU football team held its first official practice of the 2020 season Monday.
The last time Jim Hamric took a look at one of those color-coded maps that list the number of COVID-19 cases in each of West Virginia’s counties, he about did a double take.
As he prepares to enter his third season as coach at his alma mater, Nick Watts doesn’t envision a big leap forward in any one area this year at St. Albans. That’s because he’s looking to maintain improvement across the board.
HUNTINGTON — As of now, Marshall University has not had any football players opt out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19-related concerns.
The West Virginia University sports family recently lost two former athletes, both from the southern part of the state.
The Big 12 is expected to announce its revised 2020 football schedule sometime soon, but there are several hints, indications and statements that give a good idea of what the slate will look like for league teams.
In this most unprecedented of baseball summers, Appalachian Power Park has remained mostly quiet. No ballgames, no seventh-inning stretches, no walk-off celebrations, no toast.
HUNTINGTON — As Marshall came out for fall camp last week, Marshall offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Tim Cramsey yelled a few words into the stands as he threw with quarterbacks Grant Wells and Luke Zban.
John Kelley realizes he might be sitting on a powder keg — and it has nothing to do with his University High football team, even though the Hawks do expect to improve this season.
To say that WVU’s rushing offense was inept in 2019 is probably the kind way to describe it. The numbers point to an adjective that is far more severe.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall football’s game at East Carolina could still serve as the team’s season opener, but that contest will not come on Aug. 29, according to Marshall athletic director Mike Hamrick and coach Doc Holliday.