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WVU Football Reflection

The hardest thing to do back in the 1970s and 1980s at West Virginia University football games – almost as hard as beating Penn State – was getting a great color action photo. Number one, the equipment back then was much Read More →

Best Position Group in the B1G

Now that spring practice has played out in the Big Ten, we thought we'd try to identify the best overall position group on any team in the league. Had we done this exercise last year, we might have chosen the Michigan Read More →

Holgorsen finding Quarterback recruiting more difficult

Dana Holgorsen prefers to recruit quarterbacks who are coaches’ sons. The West Virginia coach helped coaches' sons Kliff Kingsbury, Graham Harrell and Case Keenum excel at Texas Tech and Houston, affirming his belief that coaches’ sons have a leg up on Read More →

Washington making home at OSU

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- His speed made him appealing as an outside pass rusher. His size made him an option on the inside. A willingness to play either role provided no shortage of flexibility. That same versatility, though, also left Adolphus Washington Read More →

West Liberty’s Harris named to 4th All American list

BEAVERTON, Ore. – West Liberty University senior guard Cedric Harris collected his fourth NCAA Division II All-America honor on Monday when he was a first-team selection on the 23rd annual Division II Bulletin All-America Team. The Division II Bulletin celebrated its Read More →

Hilltoppers Knock Off Defending National Champs

EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Seger Bonifant came off the bench to drain a career-best 6-of-6 shots from behind the 3-point arc Wednesday night and No. 7 West Liberty pulled away to an 85-75 victory against defending national champion Drury in an Read More →
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