WVU’s Lack of Respect Is Glaring

While listening to ESPN last night the announcers stated that they didn’t understand why WVU’s Will Grier wasn’t in the QB conversation, for he is one of the top ranked college QB’s in the nation. Grier is the 6th ranked QB in the nation according to the College Football Statistics (http://www.cfbstats.com/2017/leader/national/player/split01/category02/sort01.html) and according to ProFootball Focus […]
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WVU – Off The Top

There are a bunch of negative articles about the Big 12 officials who in WVU’s loss to TCU – and rightly so. WVU Head Coach Dana Holgorsen, his assistant coaches, and the players refused to say anything negative about the officiating. I thing this was more due to rules than anything else, plus I’m sure […]
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Be Proud of This WVU Team

WVU lost to TCU, but as a fan you have to be proud of this team. These kids fought hard. No one is going to perfect on every play, and no coach is going to be perfect. We are humans and not Gods! And being human we all make mistakes and the only way to […]
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WVU Comes Up Short Against TCU

WVU was a 14pt underdog going to play TCU, but they hung in and came up short. The Mountainees have now lost 2 games, and both losses were against ranked teams. They lost to VT 24 – 31, and lost to TCU 24 – 31. WVU QB Will Grier completed 25 of 45 passes for […]
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WVU Football – We Are Back For Another Season

If you are a fan of WVU football, I can only hope you are as excited as I am about the upcoming 2017 season. During much of Dana Holgorsen’s tenure as WVU’s head football coach we have seen a team that had a non-existing punt return game. Mountaineer punt returners were nothing more than sacrificial […]
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WVU Going Into 2017

WVU Finishes Season 10 – 3

All day at work people asked me if I thought WVU would beat Miami. My response was, ‘it depends on how well WVU QB, Skyler Howard plays, and Howard has to complete over 60% of his passes. Though Howard completed 17 of 26 passes for 65%, he didn’t play all that well. He missed what […]
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Next-Man-Up

We could refer to WVU 2016 football season as the ‘Next-Man-up’ season. This season started-off with having to replace many defensive stars. Then came the injury to future defensive stars and leaders, such as Safety Dravon Askew-Henry. The injuries kept coming on both offense and defense, and WVU didn’t miss a beat. Early in the […]
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