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.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall University’s basketball practice had one more body and a noticeable amount of added energy Monday afternoon.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall linebacker Tavante Beckett comes off as an energetic guy who isn’t afraid to speak his mind.
HUNTINGTON - Marshall head coach Doc Holliday confirmed that sophomore Isaiah Green will start at quarterback for the Thundering Herd against Old Dominion on Saturday.
MURFREESBORO, Tennessee — As Marshall players walked off the field from Johnny “Red” Floyd Stadium on Saturday, they couldn’t believe what they saw on the scoreboard.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Middle Tennessee knew it had a tough opponent to beat in Marshall coming into the Conference USA football opener.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — When Marshall took the field against Middle Tennessee, it did so without wide receiver Obi Obialo, who missed his fifth straight game due to a foot injury that has sidelined him since the last week of the preseason.
HUNTINGTON — Expect both Marshall and Middle Tennessee to have chips on their shoulders as they meet at Johnny “Red” Floyd Stadium at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
HUNTINGTON — This week, Marshall men’s basketball coach Dan D’Antoni had a camera crew following him around, taking video and sound from his practices.
HUNTINGTON — Don’t be surprised if Marshall football coach Doc Holliday tries to stay low-key on Thursday, which is Oct. 3.
HUNTINGTON — As Marshall opens Conference USA competition Saturday, the Thundering Herd will face a Middle Tennessee team with a 1-3 record and three lopsided losses. Yet that doesn’t tell the story of the Blue Raiders.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall got knocked backward by a tough Cincinnati team in a lopsided 52-14 loss Saturday at Joan C. Edwards Stadium.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall head coach Doc Holliday didn’t mince words when speaking about his team’s 52-14 loss to Cincinnati on Saturday.
HUNTINGTON - Marshall men's basketball landed a prized recruit on Sunday when Chapmanville's Obinna Anochili-Killen announced his commitment to the Herd.