Category Archives: Michael Walker

What We Have Learned From WVU Football So Far

A few things have become very much apparent in WVU’s last two football games. In the 3rd quarter of the Maryland game as well as the 4th quarter of the Oklahoma game we saw WVU QB Skyler Howard under heavy pressure. We’ve seen WVU’s high touted CB Daryl Worley get burned twice in the Maryland game and […]
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Is the Big 12 Ready For This WVU?

After the 2015 West Virginia Mountaineer football team impressively crushed the competition in all three of their non-conference games, many are quick to point out that reality begins next Saturday against Oklahoma. Suddenly the wins over previously ‘dangerous’ Georgia Southern, troublesome Liberty and ‘rival’ Maryland are being somewhat overlooked as expected wins over weak teams. Liberty, perhaps. […]
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Who Is The WVU QB For 2015?

Many folks believe that 6’0″, 206 lb. soph Skyler Howard will win the starting QB position this season at WVU. I agree that Howard is the leader going into spring practice, as he should be. He started two games last season after replacing Clint Trickett late in the Kansas State game after Trickett suffered a concussion. Holgorsen stated in […]
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WVU Football 2015 – Let’s Talk About Offense

I don’t believe any fan or coach is worried about WVU’s defense going into the 2015 season. I believe the biggest concerns the fans have are about WVU’s offense.

WVU Football– Lingering Questions for 2015

With the incoming recruits who signed letters of intent, WVU now has 90 scholarship players. By summer that list has to be down to 85 to meet NCAA rules.

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

(Reprinted from 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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