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Caleb was born and raised in Summersville, West Virginia and created WVU Pros in 2011. He has published two novels: Moment of Impact and A Murder in Concord. You can follow him on Twitter @calebwygal.
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This edition of our Hardwood Report brings you highlights of two WVUPros squaring off against each other in Mexico, Joe Alexander highlights along with what could be next for him and more.

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Najee Goode grew up in Cleveland, and from an early age he remembers hearing his father belt out a familiar cheer: “E-A-G-L-E-S—Eagles!” He now lives in South Philadelphia, a short distance from Lincoln Financial Field, where, during football season, he gets to hear the same chant bellowed in unison by nearly 70,000 rabid disciples of the hometown team.

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On this day five years ago, Chris Henry died tragically in a traffic incident in Charlotte, NC. We wanted to take a moment to …

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WVU’s AD Oliver Luck is stepping down from his position to step into a role as Mark Emmert’s second in command with the NCAA.

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In this edition of WVUPros on the Hardwood, we take a look at how some of your favorite Mountaineers of the past performed in basketball action around the globe this past weekend and make one new addition to the list.

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Starting this week, the WVUPros on the Hardwood Report moves to a bi-weekly feature. Here are the highlights from your favorite Mountaineers of the past in basketball action around the world.

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With three weeks of the 2014 NFL Regular Season remaining, many games will have a “Playoff feel” coming down the stretch. This week, we …

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This week, we tell you about two Mountaineer big men who share the same court together in South America, John Flowers big game and more. First, Joe Alexander picks up where he left off the previous week: with the hot hand.

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The roots to the Mountaineer coaching tree runs deep. From Bowden’s to Nick Saban to Rich Rodriguez, WVU has produced some of the most famous names in coaching. Two others who played under Rodriguez are making names for themselves in the coaching ranks by helping to lead their current teams to milestones for their schools.

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MINNEAPOLIS — Geno Smith could not have gotten off to a worse start, throwing a pick-six on the first play of the game, but …

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