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Road to NCAA begins tonight for Mountaineers
While they would choose not to believe that it is necessary, it appears the only route West Virginia University has left to the NCAA Tournament – save a miracle run in the Big 12 Tournament to the tournament championship – is to run the table through its final two regular-season games.
New coaches bring different dynamic to WVU
Tom Bradley, the veteran former Penn State assistant coach, had a million reasons to leave a broadcasting job with the Pittsburgh Steelers and take on a job as senior associate head coach under Dana Holgorsen at West Virginia University.
HERTZEL COLUMN- Squires comes from swimming background
It was a weekend to remember, to be sure, and would have been even without the snow.
Adrian steps up when called upon
A year in, and with their season on life support but not yet dead, West Virginia is getting help from a place it hadn’t planned to turn to for big help this season – Nathan Adrian.
WVU women ready for Big 12 championship
What was accomplished Sunday afternoon in Waco, Tex., with the most improbable finish off a season filled with improbable finishes really started a couple of years back for the West Virginia women’s basketball team that tries to close out a Big 12 championship season with a victory over Kansas on Senior Night.
HERTZEL COLUMN- WVU’s tough win over BU was special
The biggest victory in the history of West Virginia women’s basketball was also the toughest, and that is what made it so special.
Howard out to make believers out of WVU staff
Getting people to believe in him, that’s what it’s always been about for Skyler Howard and it is what this spring practice that began Sunday comes down to at West Virginia University, where the quarterback job is wide open.
HERTZEL COLUMN: Harris’ speed key for success in WVU win
After spending much of this past week watching athletes be tested at the NFL Draft Combine, measuring their agility, their leaping ability and, perhaps most important, their speed, a thought crept into an empty cranium in the midst of West Virginia University’s 81-59 victory over TCU.
Holgorsen vows team will ‘work harder’ as spring practice opens
It doesn’t feel like it and the calendar may disagree, but today is the first day of spring … practice, that is, for the West Virginia University football team.
It is a team trying to bounce back from a disastrous 4-8 season a year, and it is being born with high hopes for a big-time bounce-back season.
Connor ignites WVU to 81-59 win
As you look down the roster of Bob Huggins’ West Virginia University men’s basketball team, you see an international recruiting net.
You come across Remi Dibo of Montreuil, France; Gary Browne of Cupey, Puerto Rico; Kevin Noreen from the cold country of Minneapolis, Brandon Watkins from down south in Decatur, Ga., a host of Midwestern recruits such as Juwan Staten from Dayton, Ohio; Eron Harris of Indianapolis and Devin Williams from Cincinnati.
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