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West Virginia Running Back Andrew Buie is Leaving the Team

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. @Wade_Jay/Twitter There has been no official word yet from the team or Buie, but the school's registrar has confirmed this much--Buie has withdrawn from the...
Via FatManWriting
August 29, 2013  |  Discuss

West Virginia's Andrew Buie Leaving Team?

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. @holakittygang/Twitter Earlier this week when West Virginia released its depth chart there was a name strangely missing from the running...
Via FatManWriting
August 28, 2013  |  Discuss

West Virginia Football: A number of players will redshirt

West Virginia running back Andrew Buie will redshirt this season Many wondered why running back Andrew Buie’s name didn’t appear on the initial depth chart to open the season, on Tuesday head coach Dana Holgorsen gave the reason. Buie will use his redshirt, as the Mountaineers find themselves in the middle of a log-jam at the running back position. During Holgorsen’s press...
August 27, 2013  |  Discuss

West Virginia Football: Running back depth a strength for WVU

Andrew Buie (All-Pro Photography/Dale Sparks) Depth abounds at running back for WVU heading into fall camp.  With the addition of Houston transfer Charles Sims the mountaineers will have a plethora of backs at their disposal, which will provide the offense with plenty of versatility out the backfield. Andrew Buie returns for his junior campaign giving WVU much needed experience...
July 23, 2013  |  Discuss

WVU RB Buie can't wait for next chance

West Virginia running back Andrew Buie can't wait to get more work. Thrust into the starting lineup due to injuries, the sophomore has infused some critically needed balance into the Mountaineers' offense over the last two games. He ran for a career-high 207 yards and scored twice in Saturday's 48-45 win at No. 15 Texas. In one game he eclipsed his yardage total for...
Via Fox Sports
October 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Andrew Buie Wins Capital One Cup Performer Of The Week

West Virginia University sophmore running back Andrew Buie has won the Week 6 Capital One Cup Performer of the Week Award. Buie rushed 31 times for 207 yards and 2 touchdowns last week against Texas. The Jacksonville (Fla.) native received 35% of the vote. He edged out Stanford quarterback Josh Nunes (29%), South Carolina running [...]
Via EersAuthority
October 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Capital One Cup Impact Performace: Andrew Buie

West Virginia University sophomore running back Andrew Buie continues to have a career  weekend. Not only was Buie named the Offensive Champion by the coaching staff after his performance against Texas, but was also named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week. Top all that off with Buie being recognized by ESPN as a finalist for [...]
Via EersAuthority
October 08, 2012  |  Discuss

West Virginia at Texas: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

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...
Via Football Nation
October 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Andrew Buie Rolls For West Virginia

Simple enough. West Virginia running back Andrew Buie made a great play to realize that he didn't touch the ground on this play. It's pretty impressive to say the least. This play is pretty similary to Michael Dyer’s play last season for Auburn against Oregon.
Via College Football Section
January 04, 2012  |  Discuss

West Virginia Running Back Makes Gymnastic Like Run Against Clemson

Andrew Buie, the West Virginia Running Back, made an insane run despite a valiant tackle attempt by a Clemson Tiger defender in the Discover Orange Bowl. It looks as if Buie is down and he somersaults back up and keeps on running.
Via Throw The Flag
January 04, 2012  |  Discuss
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