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Holgorsen: Offense didn’t produce enough
It wasn’t so much that the words coming out of Dana Holgorsen’s mouth were surprising, for certainly everyone who would hear them or read them would agree with them.
HERTZEL COLUMN- Iowa State comes to Morgantown hot off a victory
Last week, Iowa State, which comes to Mountaineer Field at 4 p.m. Saturday to put a merciful end to West Virginia’s football season, played a game against Kansas that might have been better served being shown on The Weather Channel than any of the sports channels available.
Mountaineers hoping to close out season on a high note
Last Saturday night, while West Virginia was enjoying a weekend off, Paul Rhoads was enjoying his first victory of the Big 12 season, his Iowa State Cyclones shutting out a Kansas team that just one week earlier had scored 31 points on ... who was that again?
HERTZEL COLUMN- Teams are only as good as the players
Coaches like to make more out of coaching than there really is.
Understandable, considering the salaries they draw, but in the end it falls on the players to perform.
Bussie, WVU topple Virginia, 68-58
It was a strange enough feeling for Asya Bussie, standing there for the national anthem in the Coliseum before a game she was about to play and West Virginia was about to win, 68-58.
HERTZEL COLUMN- Dibo brings new element for Huggins
You check out the resumes of West Virginia’s men’s basketball players and you find that Eron Harris, for example, grew up in the shadow of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Juwan Staten not far from Dayton, Ohio’s, Aviation Historic Park honoring that city’s most famous residents, the Wright Brothers, and Devin Williams not far from the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.
WVU makes quick work of Presbyterian, 88-55
There was a moment late in Saturday afternoon’s unchallenging Cancun Challenge basketball game which saw West Virginia University streak past Presbyterian, 88-55, when West Virginia freshman Devin Williams went to the free-throw line for two shots.
HERTZEL COLUMN: Mountaineers have faced tougher schedules in past
Much of the discussion this past week has centered around the state of West Virginia University football, which has fallen upon the hard times that 4-7 seasons and losses to Kansas can bring upon you
WVU looking to keep rolling against Presbyterian
Coming off a 101-point outburst against Georgia Southern in a 101-68 victory, West Virginia University’s men’s basketball team moves forward in the second round of the Cancun Challenge, facing the Presbyterian Blue Hose in a 1:30 p.m. game today at the Coliseum.
HERTZEL COLUMN: Defense on top of mind of Mountaineers
You could not ignore the 101 points that were twinkling on the scoreboards at either end of the Coliseum court as West Virginia University’s victory over Georgia Southern came to a merciful end on Thursday night.
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