Editor’s note: This is the eighth in a 12-part series previewing Marshall’s opponents for the 2021 football season.
HUNTINGTON — Last season, Marshall quarterback Grant Wells impressed as a freshman, earning Conference USA accolades along the way.
Editor’s note: This is the seventh of a 12-part series previewing Marshall’s football opponents for the 2021 season.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall had five players named to the 2021 Conference USA watch list, which was released by the league on Monday afternoon.
As the host teams in the West Virginia Regional of The Basketball Tournament at the Charleston Coliseum, Best Virginia and Herd That are one win away from a head-to-head showdown Wednesday night, with the winner there advancing to TBT’s quarterfinals starting Aug. 3 in Dayton, Ohio.
As this is written early Saturday evening, we’re about two days and 72 minutes worth of playing time — give or take a few minutes, depending on how long the Elam Ending lasts — from getting what most folks want to see out of The Basketball Tournament:
Here’s a capsule look at the 16 teams competing in the West Virginia Regional of The Basketball Tournament, the 64-team, single-elimination, $1 million winner-take-all event that starts at noon Saturday at the Charleston Coliseum. Teams are listed by regional seeding:
Editor’s note: This is the sixth in a 12-part series previewing Marshall’s football opponents for the 2021 season.
In seeing former Logan High School and Marshall University basketball standout Stevie Browning in person, one would be hard-pressed to ever accuse him of having a weight problem.
Former Florida Atlantic center Ronald Delph sat perplexed as he stretched out on the floor of South Charleston Community Center on Tuesday.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall University is mourning the loss of a former football player and beloved personality.
Editor’s note: This is the fifth in a 12-part series previewing Marshall’s opponents for the 2021 football season.
HUNTINGTON — Appalachian State was just a few plays from the 2020 football season being another special one in a recent history full of them.
HUNTINGTON — For years, Marshall University head coach Dan D’Antoni has trended toward a scheme of positionless basketball in which versatility was paramount to success.
HUNTINGTON — During last season’s run in The Basketball Tournament, Jon and Ot Elmore became known as two of the better sharpshooters in the event.