Author Archives: Michael Walker

WVU’s Bruce Irvin Has Seattle Fans Cheering – “Bruuuce”!

Seattle – WVU’s Bruce Irvin now has Seattle Seahawks fans using a former Mountaineer cheer. During the final regular season game against the St Louis Rams, the former WVU defensive end scored a touchdown on a 49 yd. interception return. After being switched to the SAM linebacker position, Irvin found himself in the right place at […]
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In Defense of WVU Coach Joe Deforest

In 2014, we heard fans yelling for Coach Joe DeForest’s head, but I have never really understood this. He was the one who turned the play of the safeties around. It has also been DeForest that improved the kicking game.

Will 2015 Bring a Return to the Top 10 For WVU Football?

(Reprinted from BlueGoldSports.com) By Michael Walker The West Virginia University fans and donors have been  waiting not so patiently for a return to top 10 for WVU since the departure of Rich Rodriguez in late 2007. Most feel that eight years is long enough for the team to find their way back to the ‘glory days’ […]
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Coach Holgorsen, QB Trickett Learn Valuable Lesson.

WVU Head Football Coach Dana Holgorsen and quarterback Clint Trickett learned a valuable lesson in a last-minute loss in Morgantown on Saturday. The success of the Mountaineer team this season has been predicated upon relentlessly attacking on both sides of the ball. That scheme has never been more needed than it was against TCU. The […]
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WVU vs Texas Tech: 2nd Half a New Beginning or Just a Fluke?

In the WVU vs Texas Tech game, two halves could not have been more different. The Red Raiders completely dominated the Mountaineers in the first half by a score of 21 – 10. Everything Texas Tech tried on offense seemed to work, including three long touchdown passes from quarterback Davis Webb to receivers Devin Lauderdale (34 […]
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WVU DE Dontrill Hyman: How Bad is His Knee Injury?

WVU senior defensive end Dontrill Hyman has been playing and practicing on an injured knee. Why has there been no mention of the injury by the coaches or athletic department?

WVU’s Search for a Running Game

By George O’Bryan – WVU football has lacked a quality running game or special teams since Don Nehlen was head coach. It was bad play by special teams that helped LSU beat WVU, not once, but twice. When Bill Bedenbaugh was the offensive line coach, I blamed him for WVU not being able to run […]
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