Grant Wiley graduated from WVU as it’s all-time leading tackler in 2003 — a record that no one has since come close to touching. Where is he now? If you were tuned into Comedy Central on Tuesday night, you might have seen him.
West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen released his post-spring football depth chart Wednesday with a few names that might surprise some fans of the Old Gold and Blue.
One year after graduating from WVU, Josh Jenkins has another chance of living out his dream of playing in the NFL.
Here is a recap of the week that was among Mountaineers on the hardwood around the world.
The New York Jets have one goal in mind: win now.
It’s clear that Gang Green, led by head coach Rex Ryan, needs to win and win fast if they want to be relevant and if Ryan wants to hang on to his job. The first step to that process was to rebuild a team which went on playoff run after playoff run but saw its quarterback, Mark Sanchez, fall off the edge of a cliff.
Doug Rigg was an outstanding linebacker for the Mountaineers who now has his eyes set on the NFL. We talk to him about his career at WVU and his experience during the NFL Draft process.
Before hearing his name called at Radio City Music Hall, the ears of former West Virginia Mountaineer Will Clarke are surely burning as his name continues to be a topic of conversation as next month’s NFL Draft approaches.
With less than a month to go until the draft begins, you can be sure this won’t be Clarke’s last stop.
As we draw ever closer to the NFL Draft, the prospect workouts for teams are picking up steam. On Wednesday, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that WVU’s Charles Sims was in Washington to workout for the Redskins.
The hatred and the rivalry runs deep and goes way back for the Backyard Brawl. In 1953, the Brawl was the season-opener for the 16th ranked Mountaineers at the 17th ranked Pitt Panthers in front of 43,446 fans.