Former West Virginia Mountaineers quarterback Ford Childress has transferred to Fresno State and will compete for the starting quarterback’s job when fall camp begins on August 3. Anthony Galaviz of the Fresno Bee reported the development. As a redshirt freshman in 2013, Childress appeared in two games for West Virginia and threw for 421 yards and three touchdowns before suffering...
Former West Virginia Mountaineers quarterback Ford Childress will walk on for the Fresno State Bulldogs. Jackson Moore of Scout.com had the initial report. Childress becomes the second former Mountaineer to join Fresno State this offseason, the other being running back Dustin Garrison. It’s going to be interesting to see how Childress’ future pans out, as he was suspended from...
West Virginia redshirt freshman quarterback, Ford Childress, is no longer part of the Mountaineer football program according to the Charleston Daily Mail. Childress had been suspended by head coach Dana Holgorsen for the upcoming semester before he informed the coaching staff he wouldn't be returning to school. The quarterback position was going to be a big question mark heading...
West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen has compiled a 21-16 overall record with the Mountaineers. The West Virginia Mountaineer Football team will not play in a bowl game this season, after a recent loss to lowly Kansas, which put the finishing touches on an unusually lousy season in Morgantown. Excuses can be found far and wide, from inexperienced quarterback play, to injuries...
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