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Tonight’s CFP semifinals are strictly tossups

January 1, 2015 It will not only be a battle on the field tonight in New Orleans when Ohio State and Alabama meet in one of the College Football Playoff semifinals in the Sugar Bowl, but a duel of wits on the... more »»

Flowers tops all scorers in Division II

December 31, 2014 Scoring is Liz Flowers’ forte. But mention anything about her prowess on the offensive side of the ball and the conversation tends to change course and focus on shutting down opponents. more »»

Collapse continues for WVU

December 30, 2014 To most it seemed West Virginia lost the 56th Annual Autozone Liberty Bowl in the second half as the Mountaineers were outscored 17-10 in a 45-37 loss to Texas A&M. more »»

White will give A&M problems

December 29, 2014 MEMPHIS — Texas A&M interim defensive coordinator Mark Hagen knows his secondary has a big challenge ahead of them come 2 p.. more »»

Victory Junction Camp aids ill children

December 28, 2014 Wooded fields and a dream turns into a place to help seriously ill children. The Victory Junction Camp outside Randleman, N.C., is an 85-acre camp built in the memory of Adam Petty. more »»

Run game favors WVU vs. A&M

December 27, 2014 MORGANTOWN — The big discussion leading up the AutoZone Liberty Bowl is which quarterback Dana Holgorsen should start. more »»

Bengals play in primetime

December 26, 2014 Now THAT is how it is done! Prime Time. Bright lights. Big Audiences. High Stakes. Most sports teams get amped up and excited to perform when the spotlight is the brightest. more »»

One WVU coordinator is leaving, other gets new deal

December 26, 2014 MORGANTOWN — Don’t think you’re the only one who was blindsided by the news of Shannon Dawson leaving Morgantown. The West Virginia players found out the same way you probably did, via social media. more »»

Danny Hall’s club checks in at No. 26

December 25, 2014 A Christmas package arrived in time for Federal Hocking graduate Danny Hall and his visit with family for the holidays this week in Coolville. more »»

Rave reviews on South

December 24, 2014 When the mayor of Myrtle Beach, S.C. more »»

Women earn spot in men’s sports

December 23, 2014 A sport that has seen its overall media coverage fall by the wayside in the past 10 to 15 years, bowling has taken on a new image during its darker time. more »»

Manziel gets taste of real action in first NFL start

December 21, 2014 Well that was a fun game. Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel finally made his first start last Sunday, losing 30-0 to the Cincinnati Bengals. more »»

Busy time for WVU

December 19, 2014 MORGANTOWN — Don’t think you’re the only one who was blindsided by the news of Shannon Dawson leaving Morgantown. more »»

Flash and flare may not work

December 18, 2014 The college football bowl schedule is set to begin this Saturday. With more than 30 bowl games on the FBS schedule, each one is in need of a logo. more »»

First week officially a slam dunk

December 16, 2014 With only one week of high boys basketball in the books, it’s time to resurrect the Mid-Ohio Valley chapter of Phi Slama Jama. more »»

Houston, we have a problem

December 12, 2014 Well that was fast. The inaugural College Football Playoff bracket was announced Sunday night with little question as to the legitimacy of three of the four teams participating. No. more »»

St. Marys moves forward

December 11, 2014 It seems forever long ago when the high school football coaches first gathered at the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission’s office building along Staunton Turnpike in Parkersburg... more »»

Watson’s last game quite memorable

December 10, 2014 Saturday night’s Class A state title game won by Williamstown against rival St. Marys has to rank right up there as one of the best. more »»

Class A State Game Predictions

December 6, 2014 * KERRY PATRICK: After defending pass-happy teams in the opening two rounds of the Class A state football playoffs, playing St. Marys won’t be as taxing for the Williamstown secondary. more »»

Jones steps into big shoes for Buckeyes

December 5, 2014 We’ve got one of those scenarios now where a football team has nothing to lose because no one — except for their die-hard fans — expects them to win. more »»



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