A tradition unlike any other was met with a winner unlike any other Sunday in Augusta, Georgia, and in the end, we were all victorious.
Inevitably, as you submit NCAA Tournament brackets in your office pools this week, you already know you’ll be up against two types of people — those who have watched, researched and soaked in every minute of “expert analysis” possible, and those whose picks are based off of colors, mascots a…
As a sort of Plan B, the Big 12 Conference had the foresight to add an open week between the end of the basketball regular-season schedule and the league tournament as a landing spot for games postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As many of you likely know by now, I’m a gearhead at heart and about the time this column finds its place on the web Tuesday night, the NASCAR season will have started with the Busch Clash at Daytona.
West Virginia’s 72-70 loss to No. 4 Texas at the Coliseum in Morgantown on Saturday, complete with a game-winning 3-pointer from Longhorns guard Andrew Jones with 1.8 seconds left, was enough to leave even the most rabid Mountaineer fan feeling hollow and empty.
If the now-viral video of a New Year’s Eve party at The Greenbrier Resort was a gut punch to sidelined high school winter athletes around the state, Gov. Jim Justice’s Friday news briefing was a slap in the face.
ESPN’s Fran Fraschilla called West Virginia’s 87-84 win at Oklahoma State on Monday, a game in which the 14th-ranked Mountaineers rallied from a 19-point second-half deficit, a “comeback for the ages.”
The more I’ve thought about Thursday’s Liberty Bowl, the more I’ve realized just how much WVU coach Neal Brown and his coaching staff is up against.
With WVU’s football program shut down until Thursday, it’s been mostly quiet out of the team as it prepares to finalize its early signing class on Wednesday.