West Virginia defeats No. 4 Baylor, 41-27, the first win over a top five team in Morgantown since then-No. 3 Virginia Tech in October 2003.
West Virginia returns to Morgantown to play host to the No. 6 Baylor Bears with momentum firmly behind both teams heading into today’s Big 12 Conference game.
Down 14 points with less than eight minutes to go in the fourth quarterback, West Virginia rallied to tie the game in the final 5:55 of regulation with sophomore kicker Josh Lambert kicking the game-winning, 55-yard field goal as time expired to beat Texas Tech, 37-34, in Lubbock Saturday.
West Virginia travels to Lubbock to face Texas Tech, as the Mountaineers attempt to improve to 4-2 and further extend the Red Raiders’ current three-game losing streak Saturday afternoon.
We caught up once again with former Mountaineer QB Rasheed Marshall to get his thoughts on the Kansas win this past weekend and look ahead to WVU’s upcoming schedule.
The Mountaineers cruised to a 33-14 win over the Kansas Jayhawks with 557 yards of total offense, while defensive coordinator Tony Gibson’s defense played stout all game long allowing just 176 yards.
The West Virginia Mountaineers hosts the Kansas Jayhawks for a homecoming matchup of two Big 12 programs going in different directions.
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.