Texas A&M Fires Student Assistant Who Shoved WVU Players On Sideline

The Texas A&M student assistant who was caught shoving West Virginia players on the sideline during Monday’s Liberty Bowl is paying for his actions. Coach Kevin Sumlin announced Tuesday that Michael Richardson would be fired from the program after going shoulder to shoulder with Mountaineers running back Andrew Buie and hitting cornerback Daryl Worley...
December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Texas A&M dismisses student assistant after WVU altercations

Texas A&M student assistant Michael Richardson has been "permanently dismissed" from the program after striking two West Virginia players during Monday's Liberty Bowl, coach Kevin Sumlin announced on Tuesday.  "I am extremely disappointed and embarrassed, as his behavior reflected poorly on our program," Sumlin said in a release. Sumlin was informed during halftime of Monday...
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December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

WVU Player Hit By Texas A&M Assistant Vows That He’ll See Him Again

Texas A&M and West Virginia put on a show in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl Monday, but unfortunately, all of the post-game talk centered around what Aggies student Mike Richardson did to a few of the Mountaineers players on the sideline in the first half. Richardson, a former player for the program, appeared to push and hit two WVU players - Andrew Buie and Daryl Worley – after...
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December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Texas A&M student coach sidelined after punching WVU player

Texas A&M student coach Michael Richardson was told to remain in the locker room at halftime after two altercations with West Virginia players in the first half, the university said in a release.  Cameras caught Richardson punching West Virginia cornerback Daryl Worley in the back of the head after a play and also appeared to shove West Virginia running back Andrew Buie.  Richardson...
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December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Texas A&M Assistant Cheap-Shots West Virginia Players On Sideline (Videos)

Someone forgot to tell Mike Richardson that his football-playing days are over. Texas A&M and West Virginia squared off Monday in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, and television cameras caught one member of the Aggies’ sideline doling out cheap shots to unsuspecting Mountaineers. First, there was this shove on running back Andrew Buie: This embed is invalid" /> ...
December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: A Texas A&M Assistant Has Taken 2 Cheap Shots At WVU Players

The AutoZone Liberty Bowl has seen a great deal of offense, as Texas A&M and West Virginia have combined for 55 points and over 500 yards thus far. Unfortunately, it’s also been a bit chippy, both on the field and apparently on the sidelines. Twice in the first half, a Texas A&M student assistant named Mike Richardson has been seen asserting himself physically against Mountaineers...
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December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Baylor, West Virginia break Big 12 penalty record in one ugly game

Listen, I like going on television as much as the next guy, but Saturday during the Baylor-West Virginia game on FOX I was busier than a rooster in a henhouse. And while I'm certain the rooster would have had a good time, this game was no fun for me --€” or the officials. The final score was West Virginia 41, Baylor 27. But the number I want to talk about is 32. A Big 12-record...
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October 18, 2014  |  Discuss

West Virginia football goes WWE in locker room

Some of the biggest hits in West Virginia are taking place in the locker room instead of on the football field.  The Mountaineers are coming off a home loss to Oklahoma, but that hasn't dampened their spirits.  Freshman linebacker Houstin Syvertson captured some of the exciting WWE-style action going on behind the scenes.  And there was also a "Wrestle Mania" rematch of Al-Rasheed...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
October 02, 2014  |  Discuss

West Virginia Football: 5 Biggest Questions Heading Into 2014

The West Virginia Mountaineers looking to recover from a difficult 4-8 season that ended with inexplicable losses to Kansas and Iowa State. It was too be expected that there would be some difficulty in the transition to the Big 12. However, with fan interest waning the pressure is on head coach Dana Holgorsen to start producing once again as he was the guy athletic director Oliver...
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April 08, 2014  |  Discuss
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