The month of June is always a month when kids take visits and attend camps looking to find a home for the next 4 years. WVU is no different with a large contingent of talent coming to Morgantown to see if it's the right fit. One of those prospects is cornerback Damian Nicholson.no comments
West Virginia isn't a state known for producting top national talent. Most kids in state usually end up at smaller schools and focus on life after football. One prospect from Winfield High School (WV) is trying that change that. Let's meet, David Gaydosz.no comments
There has been a wide range of news recently involving several West Virginia football recruits, thus a perfect time for another edition of Recruiting Rundown.
From recruits finalizing visit dates, list of suitors being trimmed, to new offers going out there is plenty to discuss.
West Virginia University picked up its 5th verbal committment of the 2013 class when 4-star linebacker Darrien Howard made the call for the Mountaineers.
Howard had been gaining interest from schools aross the country, but decided the Big 12 would be his conference of choice.no comments
West Virginia University offensive line coach Bill Bedenbaugh knows what kind of linemen he needs for this offense. It's no secret he likes them nasty, tall, and long armed. That is what the staff has found in offense tackle Kyle Meadows from West Chester (OH) Lakota West.
Meadows is a 6 foot 5, 270 pound tackle who has 20 offers to date, and interest growing from the likes of Ohio State and Boston College.no comments
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Tickets for the West Virginia-James Madison contest at FedEx Field in Landover, Md., on Sept. 15, are now available online at WVUGAME.com
Ticket prices range from $50 in the upper level to $109 for club level seating.
This season marks the first time that the Mountaineers have played a game at FedEx Field and will be the second meeting ever with the Dukes, as West Virginia won the previous meeting 45-10 in 2004 at Milan Puskar Stadium.
To order your WVU-JMU game tickets today, WVUGAME.com
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This could be the year. This could finally be what Mountaineer fans have been waiting for. This could finally be the season where West Virginia makes its case as a national title contender, and an eventual champion.
After wrapping up the 2011 season with a convincing 70-33 win over Clemson in the Orange Bowl, the Mountaineers quickly found themselves shifting their attention to 2012. Their inaugural season in the Big 12 conference will present many challenges but also the possibility for something very special.
In order for WVU to reach their ultimate goal, various dots have to be connected. The team, in and of itself, has many factors working in their favor. The offense is talented enough to keep the 'Eers is every game they play. The defense is a solid mix of experience and young, athletic play-makers that is expected to keep them in every contest.no comments
Since the move Oliver Luck and his office pulled off to get WVU into the Big 12, WVU Football is getting more media coverage since the glory days of Pat White and Steve Slaton. Magazine covers, photo shoots, and college football shows have been finding their way to the mountain state of West Virginia. So what does this have to do with off-season concerns?
According to Keenan Cummings and Chris Nee from Rivals.com, 4 star wide receiver Jesus Wilson has trimmed his list to 3 with WVU making the cut. Joining the Mountaineers in the race for Wilson's services are Florida State and Oklahoma State.no comments
Back in March, wide receiver Austin Bennett thought his recruiting process was all wrapped up. He had committed to the University of Arkansas, then came the termination of head coach Bobby Patrino.
He decided to decommit from the Razorbacks and look at all of his options. One of the teams that has stayed in pursuit of landing the talent pass catcher, WVU.no comments