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Marshall’s Van Horn has come a long way
When Clint Van Horn reported to Marshall in 2011, it quickly became apparent that this college football gig was not going to be easy.
Adjustments, perseverance aid Miners
Ask Steve Crosier what is the biggest reason for the West Virginia Miners’ offensive turnaround, and he’ll tell you it’s been all about adjustment.
Ticket sales lagging for Mountaineers
It has been no secret that West Virginia’s ticket sales in both its major revenue sports — football and men’s basketball — have slipped over the years and nothing that has happened this year in the upcoming season has done anything to change that trend.
The World Cup is over, now what?
It all ended Sunday. There’s no more World Cup. Well, at least on the men’s side, for four more years.
Carolina's Hardy guilty on 2 counts of domestic violence
Panthers Pro Bowl defensive end Greg Hardy was found guilty Tuesday night of assaulting a female and communicating threats.
72-year-old driver causes crash, raises questions
Morgan Shepherd can still probably wheel a race car better than you and most of your friends. That doesn’t mean the 72-year-old should be racing against the very best drivers in NASCAR. Shepherd drew scrutiny Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway when he caused Joey Logano to crash.
Jeter, Trout lead AL over NL 5-3 in All-Star game
Derek Jeter soaked in the adulation from fans and players during one more night on baseball’s national stage, set the tone for the American League with a pregame speech and then delivered two final All-Star hits.
Miners get ‘sloppy’ 7-5 victory
Tim Epling will take a win any way it comes in the heat of a pennant race. That doesn’t mean he has to like it.
Shady Middle archers among world’s best
After months of training, battling in grueling competition and one long 15-hour bus ride, Shady Spring Middle School archery can call themselves some of the world’s best.
WVU to play Virginia Tech in 2017 opener
In keeping with its new direction in scheduling, West Virginia University announced Tuesday that it would open the 2017 football season with a neutral field game against longtime rival Virginia Tech of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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