HUNTINGTON — On the surface, Marshall’s football team is 7-0 without being greatly challenged throughout the 2020 season.
HUNTINGTON — Anyone who has seen Iran Bennett, a center for Marshall men’s basketball team, knows that he’s a large man with a larger personality.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall’s football team may have had its game postponed this week, but it still has been a busy one for quarterback Grant Wells.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall men’s basketball’s tempo and energy level may increase over the next few days, even by the already elevated standards of head coach Dan D’Antoni.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall football’s key Conference USA showdown with East Division rival Charlotte will not take place this weekend, according to Marshall Athletic Director Mike Hamrick.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall’s men’s basketball coach Dan D’Antoni couldn’t wait to get his team back on the court this week.
HUNTINGTON — For nearly 25 minutes of game time on Saturday, Middle Tennessee appeared to be the better team against nationally ranked Marshall.
HUNTINGTON — As Marshall players and coaches walked out arm in arm Saturday prior to the annual “75” game, Thundering Herd quarterback Grant Wells could feel the emotion swelling inside him.
HUNTINGTON — The gold-clad smile of Marshall wide receiver Willie Johnson in the postgame interview session said it all on Saturday afternoon at Joan C. Edwards Stadium.
HUNTINGTON — This week, Marshall defensive coordinator Brad Lambert is busy getting his players ready for battle on the football field.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall’s football program is in the midst of one of its top seasons in school history.
HUNTINGTON — As Marshall defensive end Owen Porter sat down for his interview with media members this week, the former Spring Valley standout didn’t need to say anything to announce the importance of the week.
HUNTINGTON — For the last few weeks, it was unknown whether Marshall would be able to have fans at the Cam Henderson Center for its 2020-21 men’s basketball season.
HUNTINGTON — When asked what he remembers about last year’s loss to Middle Tennessee, Marshall linebacker Tavante Beckett did not even hesitate.
HUNTINGTON — It didn’t take Marshall freshman Obinna Anochili-Killen long to make his presence felt within the Thundering Herd’s lineup.