There’s a phrase I remember from a fellow native West Virginian a few years back that makes plenty of sense after Saturdays like this past one.
First-year West Virginia University football coach Neal Brown aggressively defended Mountaineer quarterback Austin Kendall after a four-interception game Saturday in a loss to visiting Texas.
Note to readers: I had not planned to pen a second consecutive column on officiating, but a couple of readers got me really riled up.
If there has been one drawback to West Virginia University’s move to the Big 12, it’s that no real rivalry made the move with it, nor was there one ready for WVU when it arrived.
Now that every football team in the Big 12 has played a conference game, and with West Virginia having the weekend off, it seems like a good time to reset and take a look at who is doing what around the league.
The Kanawha Valley and all of southern West Virginia lost a piece of its past this week with the retirement of longtime Cincinnati Reds broadcaster Marty Brennaman.
LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Neal Brown's first month on the sidelines as the West Virginia University football coach had some rough spots, but the Mountaineers -- a team and program that is clearly rebuilding its roster and building a new culture -- got through the September portion of their schedule …
Couch Slouch has obtained an open letter sent to all 32 NFL franchises recently by one of the league’s former employees – social injustice, self-empowerment and shoe spokesperson Colin Kaepernick.