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Is WVU really any better?
West Virginia fans want to get behind the 2013-14 Mountaineer basketball team.
Cato, Tindal honored by C-USA
Rakeem Cato didn’t repeat as Conference USA Most Valuable Player, but he was still recognized for another big year.
WVU lands 4 on All-Big 12 teams
The good news for West Virginia’s football team is that even after a 4-8 season, its worst since 2001, it managed to land four players on the All-Big 12 first and second teams.
Wheeling Park LB wins Huff Award
Geremy Paige’s eyes lit up as though he had just seen an opposing runner breaking through the line of scrimmage.
Westside’s Mullens runs to all-state
Three area playoff teams have earned a first- and second-teamer on the Class AA All-State football teams, as named today by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.
Mountaineers let lead slip away against Zags
Przemek Karnowski scored a season-high 19 points, Kevin Pangos added 18 and No. 20 Gonzaga came from 10 points down to beat West Virginia 80-76 on Tuesday night.
Big week ahead as basketball season heats up
When Greenbrier West walked off the field Saturday after the Class A championship football game, basketball season officially began in southern West Virginia.
WVU gets shot at revenge
West Virginia University coach Bob Huggins knows his team missed a couple of big opportunities to put itself back on the college basketball map and earn some early resumé builders for postseason play over the last few weeks.
Another chance for players to go home
The game won’t be played in Florida, but the Miltary Bowl will still provide a homecoming for a sizeable portion of Marshall’s roster.
AAA South sweeps annual North-South tournament
Woodrow Wilson volleyball coach Shirley Brown is used to seeing Kaitie Shaver and Ellen Henthorn on the other side of the net.
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