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Mountaineers make quick work of Greyhounds
A day before West Virginia was to play what seemed to be a dangerous Loyola of Maryland basketball team at the Coliseum, coach Bob Huggins talked for some time in depth about shortcomings his team had been displaying and about how they would have to overcome them to become a good team.
HERTZEL COLUMN- Huggins’ 729th win puts him in elite company
There probably was a time in the middle of last season when Bob Huggins wondered if this day ever would arrive, almost as the thought crossed his mind as he lay in the Pittsburgh airport suffering a heart attack that would have killed a less cantankerous man.
West Virginia women set to host Coppin State
They met in middle school in Norfolk, Va., two young girls with a love for basketball and desire for it to lead them somewhere.
West Virginia not overlooking Loyola ahead of tough schedule
West Virginia plays one of those trap games that come along every so often in a college basketball season when Loyola of Maryland comes to the WVU Coliseum at 7 p.m. today.
Mountaineers wrap up abysmal season
Mercifully, West Virginia’s football season has come to an end.
The record was 4-8.
HERTZEL COLUMN- Henderson needs to be healthy for WVU’s success
He is, in his own way, the forgotten man in the mix for West Virginia this season.
WVU drops final game of season to Iowa State in triple OT
Iowa State, ranked 97th in the nation in scoring, came from 31-7 down with a furious fourth-quarter comeback Saturday and laid 52 points on West Virginia University in winning, 52-44, in triple overtime.
Marion County legend Sam Huff to be honored with academic scholarship
Sam Huff, the football legend, had long ago traded his No. 70 football uniform in for business clothes and now, at 78 years of age, he was showing the new suit he had purchased, the one with the “Sam Huff” label that had been made especially for him.
HERTZEL COLUMN- Dismal, losing year for WVU comes to close
West Virginia will survive this.
Will Dana Holgorsen?
This, of course, is 2013. And unlucky 2013, if you prefer, but certainly a miserable one.
WVU seniors hoping to end careers in a winning manner
West Virginia University plays one of the most meaningful meaningless games in its history when the Mountaineers close out the 2013 season against lowly Iowa State at 4 p.m. in Milan Puskar Stadium.
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