The West Virginia Mountaineers welcome the No. 4 Oklahoma Sooners for each team’s Big 12 Conference opener in prime time on FOX.
We catch up with Kent Richardson, Vaughn Rivers, Sammy Morrone, Boogie Allen and Larry Ford to get their thoughts on the Maryland game and the game vs Oklahoma.
Suspended sophomore cornerback Daryl Worley could be facing something more troubling than not playing another down of football for the West Virginia Mountaineers this season.
Both West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen and defensive coordinator Tony Gibson aren’t worrying about the Mountaineers in the absence of sophomore Daryl Worley Saturday against the fourth-ranked Oklahoma Sooners.
Oklahoma Sooners running back Keith Ford’s injured ankle could be the foot in the door for West Virginia to score the program’s first win over the Sooners since the 2008 Fiesta Bowl.
West Virginia senior receiver Kevin White didn’t gloat following his career-best 13 catches for 216 yards and a touchdown in the Mountaineers’ 40-37 win over Maryland Saturday in College Park.
Clint Trickett throws for 511 yards and four TDs, while Kevin White caught 13 passes for 211 yards and a TD to lead the West Virginia Mountaineers to 40-37 win over Maryland Terrapins.
When West Virginia travels to College Park to face Maryland Saturday afternoon, head coach Dana Holgorsen expects for his team to be more competitive than in the Mountaineers’ 37-0 loss to the Terrapins last season in Baltimore.
Rasheed Marshall, Larry Ford, Glenn Gress weigh in with their insight on what they saw from the Towson game, and what they feel headed into the matchup with Maryland.
West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen had good things to say of his freshman quarterback William Crest after his debut in the Mountaineers’ 54-0 blowout of Towson last Saturday.