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WVU FOOTBALL: Bowen gets chance to lead Kansas against Mountaineers
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WVU FOOTBALL: Bowen gets chance to lead Kansas against Mountaineers

Jayhawks’ defensive coordinator took over as head coach when KU fired Charlie Weis on Sunday

WVU FOOTBALL: West Virginia shows grit in late win
WVU FOOTBALL: West Virginia shows grit in late win

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Whether the post-game walk was from the field to the locker room, the stands to the parking lot, the press box to the interviews or the sofa to the refrigerator, the observation seemed the same.

There’s no way...

WVU FOOTBALL: Mountaineers pile up offensive plays, upset Edsall
WVU FOOTBALL: Mountaineers pile up offensive plays, upset Edsall

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia’s offense made history in Saturday’s victory against Maryland. The Mountaineers made Randy Edsall mad in the process.

WVU snapped the ball a school-record 108 times in the 40-37 victory at...

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEC dominates AP poll; Herd, WVU pick up votes

South Carolina’s win over Georgia vaulted the Gamecocks 10 spots to No. 14 in The Associated Press college football poll, giving the Southeastern Conference an unprecedented seven teams in the top 15.

West Virginia (2-1), which won at...

WVU SOCCER: Mountaineers’ late scores deliver women’s win

MORGANTOWN — Four scores in 6 minutes helped the No. 13-ranked West Virginia University women’s soccer team erase a one-goal deficit and earn a 4-1 victory over Duquesne, today, at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium.

Sunday’s win...

WVU FOOTBALL: Trickett named Walter Camp Player of Week
WVU FOOTBALL: Trickett named Walter Camp Player of Week

MORGANTOWN — After throwing for the second-most single game passing yards in school history, West Virginia quarterback Clint Trickett has been named the Walter Camp Football Foundation National Offensive Player of the Week.

Trickett is...

WVU FOOTBALL: Mountaineers survive miscues, edge Maryland on last-second field goal
WVU FOOTBALL: Mountaineers survive miscues, edge Maryland on last-second field goal

COLLEGE PARK, Md. ­— The most remarkable occurrence among the many that happened here Saturday was not that West Virginia won against a team that held it without a point and just 175 yards of offense last season.

It was that the...

WVU FOOTBALL: Holgorsen’s plan changes with confident offense
WVU FOOTBALL: Holgorsen’s plan changes with confident offense

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — While it’s easy this week to remember the score from last time West Virginia played Maryland in football, it’s just as convenient, and ultimately more useful, to remember the response.

WVU lost 37-0 to...

Mike Casazza: WVU defense draws favorable comparison to 2005 unit
Mike Casazza: WVU defense draws favorable comparison to 2005 unit

MORGANTOWN — Though it served as a punch line and a punching bag the previous two seasons, the truth about defense at West Virginia is that it wasn’t too long ago the Mountaineers were among the very best at that part of the game....

WVU FOOTBALL: Maryland outcome important; Holgorsen calls Crest ‘dynamic’

MORGANTOWN — West Virginia and Maryland have played 21 times in the past 22 seasons, including 20 regular-season games. The Mountaineers are 13-7 in those games as they prepare for Saturday’s noon game at Byrd Stadium.

In the 13...

WVU BASKETBALL: Mountaineers land four-star recruit

Esa Ahmad, one of the top available high school basketball prospects in the Class of 2015, pledged to West Virginia University on Wednesday.

“I have officially committed to University of West Virginia! I would like to thank everyone who...

Chuck McGill: WVU can avenge losses in next five games
Chuck McGill: WVU can avenge losses in next five games

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — In the wake of West Virginia’s 54-0 trouncing of Towson last Saturday, junior tight end Cody Clay couldn’t help but get fired up about another shutout: Maryland’s 37-0 win over the Mountaineers this time ...

WVU FOOTBALL: Mountaineers seek big plays vs. Terrapins
WVU FOOTBALL: Mountaineers seek big plays vs. Terrapins

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — When West Virginia beat Maryland in 2012, Baltimore native Tavon Austin had a lot to do with it. He caught touchdown passes covering 44, 34 and 24 yards.

Those were three of the four pass plays covering 20 or more...

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