The Featured stories of WVU Pros.
WVU is meaningful to each of us in some fashion. Individually, we all have a personal story or connection with the Gold ‘n Blue whether we attended the school or are just fans. And on this day, we invited our readers and players of the past–including Pat White and Rasheed Marshall) to share their personal story of why they are thankful for WVU.
Mountaineers forced VMI into a school record 36 turnovers, the most in a single game since 1969 en route to 103-72 victory.
In this week’s hardwood report, we travel the globe to bring you word on Da’Sean Butler, Alex Ruoff, John Flowers, D’or Fischer and more. First, we stay at home in the U.S. and show you that Joe Alexander’s comeback bid to the NBA is alive and strong with the Santa Cruz Warriors.
After Geno Smith replaced an ineffective Michael Vick on Monday night in the Jets blowout loss, the team made their second QB switch of the season.
On Sunday, Joe Alexander put together a nice game for the Santa Cruz Warriors against the Austin Spurs (formerly Toros) in the D-League. He finished with 24 points and 10 rebounds with several signature dunks. Watch the highlights here.
The Jets turned in a putrid performance on Monday night, with Michael Vick at the helm.
In week 12 of the NFL season, several past Mountaineers showed us glimpses of what they are capable of in the NFL, while another had a breakout game reminiscent of his days at Mountaineer Field. All in all, WVUPros turned in noteworthy performances in all three phases of the game in week 12. We start with the dynamic duo of Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey.
Behind a 21 point effort by tournament MVP Juwan Staten, the Mountaineers went on to defeat the 17th ranked Connecticut Huskies 78-68 Sunday night in San Juan.
After a sub-par first half performance, the Mountaineers fought through an endless array of adversity to pull out a 70-66 victory Friday night over former Big East rival Boston College.
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.
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