After what happened at Baylor on Thursday, it feels like a good time to have a tough conversation about the current state of West Virginia University football.
Editor’s Note: Today’s Couch Slouch column is not suitable for readers of all ages; children will be bored to death, and certain adults might prefer to think about death. It involves journalism, which no one cares about.
West Virginia is not a big NBA state. Since we don’t have an NBA team, we focus our attention on college basketball in the winter months.
Tuesday’s missive from the NCAA concerning its change of heart on compensating student-athletes for their names, images and likenesses was one thing above all else — inevitable.
Texas lost at TCU. Texas Tech lost at Kansas, Iowa State lost at home to Oklahoma State and in the stunner of the season so far, mighty Oklahoma was bullied then knocked off at Kansas State.
With the end of the prep football regular season approaching, here is a list of players that I wish I could see play one more time.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Oklahoma’s defense has vastly improved this season and the West Virginia University run game could never get going Saturday against the Sooners.
My barber George asked me an interesting question the other day – could the Black Sox betting scandal happen again?
We all know that West Virginia is a small state. We have a small population base, but that has not stopped us from significantly impacting the world of football.
Having trouble putting a finger on why the West Virginia University football team’s run game is so bad? That’s because you need a few fingers.