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Dana Holgorsen said WVU plans to start true freshman WR Travares Copeland on Saturday vs. Kansas State, just one week after Copeland burned his redshirt in the Mountaineers' loss at Texas Tech. West Virginia will also be without CB Brodrick Jenkins due to injury.
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West Virginia University head football coach Dana Holgorsen met with the media on Tuesday afternoon to talk about Kansas State coming to town this weekend. Coach Holgorsen also addressed his teams mental preparation and focus in the loss to Texas Tech, and what the team needs to do moving forward to be successful. Kansas State [...]
The No. 13 West Virginia Mountaineers are set to host the undefeated No. 5 Kansas State Wildcats this Saturday in what is sure to be a game with major postseason implications. The Wildcats are the last team in the conference with an unblemished record and appear to be oozing with confidence as they approach their date with the Wildcats in hostile Morgantown.Seen here is a masked...
West Virginia faces its biggest challenge of the season against Kansas State on Saturday, according to head coach Dana Holgorsen.
Dana Holgorsen called West Virginia's loss to Texas Tech embarrassing. Linebacker Doug Rigg agreed, saying the defense, as a whole, gave "bad effort" -- something WVU must quickly correct if it hopes to beat Kansas State on Saturday.