Found October 06, 2012 on
West Virginia officially christened its new home in the Big 12 with a 70-63 shootout victory over Baylor last Saturday. While last week was the...
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West Virginia pulled off a thrilling victory last night over Texas, 48-45. WVU fans were pretty excited about the win and apparently set some street fires in Morgantown, West Virginia.Even though the game was played in Austin, Texas, it didn’t stop the students from expressing their excitement. Riot police were on the scene to try and settle the fans down.Is this going to happen...
The stats tell the whole story. West Virginia and Texas combined for 1,158 total yards, 11 touchdowns, three turnovers, two missed field goals, a blocked punt, and eight 4th down attempts. What else could you ask for when two undefeated Big 12 teams square off? In the end it was the combined offensive effort from Andrew Bui and Geno Smith that gave West Virginia a 48-45 victory...
WVU fans went crazy last night after they beat the Texas Longhorns in a close game that was tight until the finish.
Apparently,fans were burning couches, lighting fires and rioting all over Morganstown, WV. Riot police were called in to aid in controlling the crowds.
The Mountaineers Saturday night defeated No. 11 Texas in front of the school’s largest home crowd ever. It was West...
Hello Big 12, West Virginia has arrived.
When you beat Texas in Austin and you draw a Darryl
K. Royal/Texas Memorial Stadium record of 101,851fans you are the toast of the
"I want to congratulate West Virginia, they've
got a very fine football team," Texas head coach Mack Brown said.
Yes coach Brown WVU is.
Geno Smith was his usual self, damn...
West Virginia is off to a blistering start in its first Big 12 season, piling up points behind quarterback Geno Smith.
But if the No. 5 Mountaineers (5-0, 2-0) want to win the league and even challenge for a national title, they may have to eventually start playing some defense.
West Virginia has torched Baylor and Texas for 115 points the last two weeks, but also surrendered 108...
October 6, 1956-- this was the last and only time these teams have met. The game was played in Austin, TX in front of 30,000 people and West Virginia won by a score of 7-6 and finished the game with 46 yards passing. There might be a statistic or two that suggests this year’s game will be slightly different.Prediction 1. Texas will win the game by controlling the red zone...
Jackson Jeffcoat of the Texas Longhorns appears to be losing control of the football, but somehow manages to hang on for the touchdown.