College Sports

Mountaineers to host several athletic Summer Camps

West Virginia University will host a number of athletics camps, clinics and sessions starting in mid-June and running throughout the summer months. Coach Randy Mazey and the Mountaineer baseball team will hold six camps this summer: Youth Camp, targeted towards kids ages Read More →

Who’s going to start for Ohio State at QB?

This question is probably the most intriguing subplot of the 2015 season given the way Ohio State finished last year. Urban Meyer has three very compelling options, with the popular choice being Cardale Jones to open the season as the Read More →

WVU Football: 2015 High Level Look

The WVU offense will likely begin the season as slightly worse, but look for it to end the season the same or better.

The obvious reasons for an initial downtick are the losses of wide receivers Kevin White, the Read More →

Ohio State Buckeye to host two night games

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio State Buckeyes will play three Big Ten Conference games in primetime this season with the broadcast carrier for each game - either ABC, ESPN or ESPN2 - still to be determined. The Buckeyes' primetime league schedule Read More →

Tyler Consolidated Nate Taylor shines on track for WL

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – The West Liberty University men's and women's track teams posted several personal bests and Mountain East Conference season highs during Saturday's Dave Labor Invitational, hosted by Slippery Rock University. Nate Taylor finished third in the 100-meter sprint Read More →

Is Shelton Gibson the next WVU receiver standout?

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - The long list of 1,000-yard receivers that Dana Holgorsen has been involved with is really impressive. Joe Filani (twice), Danny Amendola and Michael Crabtree did it when Holgorsen was an assistant coach at Texas Tech. Then came Patrick Edwards, Read More →
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