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Replacing a legend is never easy.Geno Smith is a legend in these parts. Not since Major Harris has there been a quarterback with as much moxie and chutzpah as Smith. Now, he must be replaced.Paul Millard and Clint Trickett? Those are the options the Mountaineers are left with. Even with the changes behind center, this is an offense that looks pretty sharp all around. On the defense, that is another story. The line and linebackers need to be more effective and need to put more pressure on the quarterback.And if the pressures of defensive improvements are enough, then the idea of playing in the Big-12 might have an effect on West Virginia.Here is a look at the upcoming season for the Mountaineers…August 31 William & Mary Seriously? I did not know William & Mary still had a football team. Should the Mountaineers dial this one in? WVU 72-0.September 7 @ Oklahoma Now we get serious. The Sooners also will start a new quarterback. The Sooners are loaded on defense. This could be a...
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A story that began as a curious exclusion from the depth chart for the West Virginia Mountaineers has now taken an unexpected turn. Last season's leading rusher, Andrew Buie, is leaving the team after all.
There has been no official word yet from the team or Buie, but the school's registrar has confirmed this much--Buie has withdrawn from the...
After gaining 1169 yards from scrimmage (851 yards on the ground and 318 in the air) last season West Virginia Mountaineers running back Andrew Buie probably thought he had a lock on the starter's job. As it turns out, he does not.
Earlier this week when West Virginia released its depth chart there was a name strangely missing from the running...
In coach Dana Holgorsen’s “air raid” offense, there are variations of multiple different offensive sets in which the ball finds its way quickly into the hands of playmakers. Rushing the football may be the West Virginia football team’s most consistent and best option.
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WVU is now flush with talented running backs. Andrew Buie, last year’s leader...
Some criminals throughout history have also been some of the smartest human beings to walk the earth. Al Capone is immortalized as the most notorious gangster in American history. On his business card, he was a used furniture dealer. On the streets of Chicago, he was the boss. He didn’t accumulate a net worth of over $100 million by accident. He was brilliant at gambling, stealing...