Posted July 26, 2012 on
DALLAS, Texas-- West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith says he and the Mountaineers are ready to hit the ground running in their inaugural season in the Big 12. Smith talks expectations, gives an offense and defense outlook, even mentions a few newcomers who have impressed and could possibly make an early impact.
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West Virginia had been a member of the Big East since 1991 joining the league at the same time as Miami, Virginia Tech, Rutgers, and Temple. Miami and Virginia Tech said adios long ago and the Mountaineers finally did the same on July 1st when they officially joined the Big 12, a fact that will hit home when Baylor visits on Morgantown on September 29th for WVU's first ever...
Over the next several weeks, EERinsider will bring you our Player Spotlight Series looking at playmakers for the 2012 season. We kickoff our series with junior wide receiver Stedman Bailey. He had a breakout year in 2011, and looks to continue that trend in 2012.
Bailey attended Miramar High School coached by former Mountaineer player Damon Cogdell. He played along side current...
We continue our Player Spotlight Series with Mountaineer sophomore running back Dustin Garrison. Dustin is coming off a successful freshmen season that saw him lead the team in rushing, but is working to bounce back following a knee injury during Orange Bowl prep, and off season knee surgery.
Garrison joined the 2011 recruiting class out of Pearland High School (TX) and was coached...
Yesterday was the end of Big 12 Media Days and it was also the introduction of the West Virginia Mountaineers. In part one we talked about the highlights of day one on Monday, so don't forget to take a look at that before going forward.
There were literally dozens of players and coaches to speak with and interview, but according to most reports no one stole the show more than...