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Give both city rivals their due

November 9, 2014 After virtually every sporting event, the competitors on the opposing teams take the time and make the effort to let each other know they appreciated their effort and enjoyed the game. more »»

Genuine also applies to athletics

November 6, 2014 I was in a local convenience store on Wednesday and in front of me was a young boy trying to purchase a couple of items. more »»

Both sides of the rivalry

November 5, 2014 Growing up on the north side of Parkersburg, rooting for the Parkersburg High School Big Reds and hating the Parkersburg South Patriots was something one did simply because they didn’t know any... more »»

WVU ‘D’ holding its own

November 3, 2014 For the third time in the 2014 season, a West Virginia football game ended with a last-second field goal splitting the uprights. more »»

Plan for city game fair to all

November 2, 2014 Got to make the best of a bad situation. more »»

Despite turnovers, game was still winnable for WVU

November 2, 2014 MORGANTOWN —Sure, the turnovers hurt. Giving away the ball five times on your own side of the 50 will make it extremely difficult to win game. more »»

TCU’s Boykin a jack of all trades

October 31, 2014 MORGANTOWN — Trevone Boykin came to TCU as a running back. more »»

Division I program plans visit to OVU

October 30, 2014 Cozy Snyder Activities Center on the campus of Ohio Valley University is accustomed to playing host to NCAA Division II programs. As far as Division I —now that is a rarity. more »»

WVU vs. TCU is big game

October 29, 2014 The biggest game in America on Saturday? By sending its GameDay show to Morgantown, ESPN obviously thinks it is the Big 12 matchup between Texas Christian University and West Virginia University, se... more »»

Mountaineers revert to their ground attack

October 27, 2014 One of the signs of a good football team is finding different ways to win, and West Virginia demonstrated that quality in its 34-10 victory at Oklahoma State on Saturday. more »»

City game takes on new life

October 26, 2014 When officials at Parkersburg High School and Parkersburg South agreed to move the annual city rivalry football game to the final weekend of the regular season, there were many ramifications, some... more »»

WVU O-line getting high praise

October 24, 2014 MORGANTOWN — The most overlooked part of No. 22 West Virginia’s offense is the play of its line. Isn’t it always? Before it was all about Geno Smith, Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey. more »»

Labonte drives in final race

October 23, 2014 Terry Labonte finished 33rd in his final NASCAR race Sunday at Talladega Superspeedway. The two-time Cup champion ran 26 full seasons at NASCAR’s top level, and a partial schedule the last decade. more »»

Tyler on verge of playoffs

October 22, 2014 Even though the Tyler Consolidated football program is on the brink of advancing to the state playoffs for the first time in seven years, nothing is set in stone for the Silver Knights. more »»

Proud of my alma maters

October 21, 2014 My alma maters, to steal a phrase from the late Freddie Prinze Sr., are looooking gooood. more »»

WVU’s White is the best

October 20, 2014 MORGANTOWN —Kevin White said he never played in a game like the one Saturday. The West Virginia receiver wasn’t talking about the upset victory against one of the top teams in the nation. more »»

Mountaineers continue their improvement

October 20, 2014 John Denver has been gone a long time but if he were able to watch from above he surely would have been pleased to hear 60,000 people spontaneously break out singing his version of “Country Roads” a... more »»

WVU’s ‘D’ played its best game

October 19, 2014 MORGANTOWN — First-year West Virginia defensive coordinator Tony Gibson had nothing to say to his unit at halftime. There simply was no need. The Mountaineers held a four-point advantage against No. more »»

’Eers believe in themselves

October 17, 2014 MORGANTOWN — Just believe. That’s what Dana Holgorsen wanted his West Virginia team to do. more »»

Prayers go out to Mote

October 16, 2014 It started out like any ordinary Tuesday. Lifting weights. Setting aside time for a morning run. Before the day was over, Jodi Mote’s life would drastically change. more »»



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