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West Virginia's run defense has been a strength this season, but Kansas will put that to the test with two talented running backs, according to WVU coach Dana Holgorsen.
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West Virginia University head football coach Dana Holgorsen met the media for the final time during the regular season as the Mountaineers prepare for Kansas this weekend at home. WVU will say good-bye to 22 seniors. Video via WVUSports.com
West Virginia and Kansas are playing on Saturday for the first time since the Mountaineers moved into the Big 12. The game will be between two teams that have disappointed. Kansas is a pathetic 1-10 under first-year head coach Charlie Weis, while West Virginia plummeted to 6-5 after a promising 5-0 start. Though the game seems like a dud on the sports calendar given all the big...
West Virginia wide receiver Stedman Bailey is one of three finalists for the 2012 Biletnikoff Award for the most outstanding wide receiver in college football. This video highlights some of his best plays from the 2012 season. His stats through 11 games (when this video was made) were 95 receptions for 1342 yards and 21 [...]
West Virginia University quarterback Geno Smith is the focus of this weeks Wearing the Jersey. Smith has excelled during his time at WVU and will close out his career at home this weekend against the Kansas Jayhawks. After the game, the Mountaineers will wait to hear their bowl destination. Both the Holiday and Pinstripe Bowls [...]
HT: 5-8 WT: 170
YR: Sr Pos: WR
2012: 106 rec, 1149 yds, 12TDs / 49rush, 521yds, 2TDs /
2011: Led the nation in all-purpose yardage, averaging 198.0 ypg
101 rec (WVU single-season record)
Very shifty and quick makes the first man miss
Great vision, exceptional ability to see the field and run...
There are still two more chapters to be written in the story of West Virginia’s 2012 football season, but coach Dana Holgorsen said he has already been impressed by his team’s ability to handle the adversity that came with a five-game losing streak in the middle of the season.
West Virginia University head basketball coach Bob Huggins met with the media follow WVU’s 94-69 win at home over VMI. In typical Huggins fashion, he was pleased with certain areas of the game, but knows there is room for improvement heading into the Marshall game on December 5th. Juwan Staten led the scoring for the [...]
Head coach Bob Huggins wants his West Virginia basketball team to push the ball in transition. But until his players show the ability to execute the fundamentals of fast breaks, he might as well instruct his team to walk the ball up the floor.