On a cold Morgantown night, Jake Waters threw for 400 yards, Tyler Lockett caught 10 passes for 196 yards and the Kansas State Wildcats beat West Virginia, 26-20, Thursday.
The Mountaineers come off a bye week to face 12th ranked Kansas State on Thursday night. Following a heartbreaking last- second loss to TCU and a thorough manhandling by Texas, West Virginia needed to the time to heal some players and their psyche. K-State, likewise, is coming off their first conference loss at the hands of TCU.
Johnathan Gray finished with 101 yards and three touchdowns, while fellow running back Malcolm Brown added 90 yards for Texas as the duo ran through the West Virginia defense all evening in route to a 33-16 Longhorns’ win.
No. 23 West Virginia will look to bounce back after last Saturday’s lost to TCU Horned Frogs, as the Mountaineers travel to face Coach Charlie Strong and the Texas Longhorns in Austin today.
Mountaineer defensive back from 2006-09 Guesly Dervil offers us his unique insights on the current WVU football team.
The Home Depot gave WVUPros an exciting, behind-the-scenes look at College GameDay in Morgantown, including a look inside the GameDay bus, ESPN’s production truck and much more this past Saturday morning.
Despite the third straight meeting between West Virginia and TCU coming down to the final moments of the game Saturday, the amount of turnovers given up by the Mountaineer offense should have made this a blowout in favor of the Horned Frogs.
Today, The Home Depot granted WVUPros.com and I an exclusive opportunity for a behind-the-scenes look at ESPN’s College GameDay, as college football’s premier pre-game show returns to Morgantown for the first time since 2011.
Our preview of WVU’s clash against TCU and Three Keys to the Game.
Rasheed Marshall, Larry Ford and Glenn Gress give us their thoughts on the current Mountaineer squad going into the clash against TCU.
Shirts and Decals celebrating the Mountaineer Spirit.