In a season of change, one of the big challenges for the West Virginia University football team will be adjusting to some pretty drastic changes on the defensive side of the ball.
It is never easy being the “guy after the guy” in football, and for the West Virginia University offense, this season will be a test in that regard.
The West Virginia University football team will be without a key member of its defense for the first four games of the 2019 season.
One of the few things not up for debate early in the Neal Brown era of West Virginia University football is the talent present in the running back room.
The West Virginia University men's basketball team picked up a new player Monday night, as former Arkansas forward Gabe Osabuohien announced his commitment.
In late May, an email popped into my inbox touting the odds of a couple dozen players to win the Heisman Trophy. Among them were the obvious contenders, guys like Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence and Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa.
There are not many centers in college football that check in at 6-foot-6 and 326 pounds, but it is safe to say “conventional” is not a word often used to describe Josh Sills.
West Virginia added another key piece to its Class of 2020 on Friday evening as Wayne (N.J.) DePaul Catholic tight end Charles Finley pledged to the Mountaineers over his fellow finalists, Maryland, Pittsburgh and Rutgers.
MORGANTOWN — If there is movement anywhere along the offensive line during a game prior to a snap, it is a penalty. When that movement comes during camp prior to the regular season, it’s a sign the coaching staff is not getting everything it desires from those players.
MORGANTOWN — When it comes to the West Virginia University frontcourt for the upcoming college basketball season, a lot of the attention — and deservedly so — has focused on sophomore Derek Culver and incoming freshman Oscar Tshiebwe.
Around the time West Virginia University’s preseason football camp began a few weeks ago, I wrote in this space about the many questions surrounding the Mountaineers for the 2019 season.
Most football-playing families are lucky to land one member at a Division I school, but the Stills aren’t like most families.
First-year West Virginia University football coach Neal Brown needs players to step up to replace lost production from the 2018 season at more than few positions this season, but perhaps no position group needs new players to hit the ground running in 2019 more than the Mountaineer receivers.
With fall camp in full swing and the 2019 season opener just around the corner, West Virginia’s football coaches have most of their attention on live football. However, there is a small sliver of focus still dedicated to recruiting, especially with the defensive line.