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.
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.
Senior Paul Millard tossed two scores for 129 yards to lead the Gold team for West Virginia to a 37-27 win over the Blue team Saturday in the 2014 Gold-Blue game at Milan Puskar Stadium.
This week’s edition of Must Read links gathers articles breaking down the Gold-Blue Spring Game from all angles, plus Charles Sims draft info, Jedd Gyorko and Pat White saw one of his high school records fall this week.
One-time West Virginia signal caller Rasheed Marshall will team up with local media outlets to bring Mountaineer fans all the action live from Mountaineer Field during the annual Blue-Gold Spring Football game Saturday.
Dana Holgorsen ranked in the bottom half of the league in recent ranking of the ten head football coaches of the Big 12 Conference by Athlon Sports.
During his time in Morgantown, DE Will Clarke accomplished something that no other Mountaineer has before, and it is something that will help him as he climbs draft boards and tries to earn a job in the NFL next season.
Here are some links that caught our eyes this week that we think you should know about. This is a mixture of Pro and Current WVU news.
South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney has drawn the most interest of any defensive player in recent years. But if you look at his numbers and how he stacks up, another name comes to mind: Bruce Irvin. Here’s the tale of the tape between the two dynamic defensive players.