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Holliday gets extension through 2018
The contract for Marshall football coach Doc Holliday has been extended through June 2018, Herd Director of Athletics Mike Hamrick announced Monday.
Trickett isn’t soft, vows to play his heart out
We all don’t know exactly how well either West Virginia University or starting quarterback Clint Trickett will fare this football fall.
- Miners fall 7-2 to Paints
Miners’ offense explodes in fifth straight win
Everyone knows it’s coming, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it.
Dr. Nugent comments on NCAA’s concerns about concussions
You may have read that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has suggested new limits on football practice contact.
This comes in the wake of a rise in football concussions — not only at West Virginia University, but throughout colleges across the nation. There have been lawsuits in this serious matter.
Baseball career is ‘dream-come-true’ for Ernie Galusky
Ernie Galusky is earning a living teaching all phases of baseball and other sports at Milan Park in the Morgantown area.
Miners begin push for second half tonight
Now the challenge begins.
While the Chillicothe Paints have the luxury of knowing they have locked up a spot in the Prospect League playoffs, the West Virginia Miners and the rest of the East Division must either win the second half title to get in, or finish with the best overall record should the Paints make it a clean sweep.
WVU hopes to boost on lowest season-ticket sales in last nine years
West Virginia University’s season-ticket sales for football are the lowest in nine years just two months before this season’s first home game.
East rolls to 9-2 victory in All-Star Game
The East Division will have home-field advantage over the West for the second straight year in the Prospect League’s championship series.
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