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McAfee has earned the honor of being one of the league’s best.

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For WVUPros whose teams are in playoff contention, the last two weeks of the season will be treated like the playoffs. For others the last two weeks will be chance to make a lasting impression for team management before heading into the off season. So whether you are J.T. Thomas–playing for a 3-12 Jacksonville team–or Bruce Irvin–suiting up for the best defense on one of the best teams in the league–every game matters. Catch up on how all your favorite Mountaineers in the NFL and how they performed in Week 16 below.

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During Smith’s college days at West Virginia (2009-12), he went through a coaching change. After his second season, the Mountaineers hired Dana Holgorsen to replace Bill Stewart.

Similarly, Smith almost certainly will wind up with a new head coach and offensive coordinator/system for his third NFL season.

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Mountaineer Vaughn Rivers was inducted to the City of Pittsburgh Public School Sports Hall of Fame this December.

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West Virginia had no problem in getting the better of the Terriers, even though they came into tonight’s tilt with a record of 9-2, and an RPI rating of 51

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West Virginia was entertaining to watch in its first game at Madison Square Garden since 2012. Behind 24 points by Juwan Staten, the Mountaineers scored a comfortable 83-69 victory over the 8-2 Wolf Pack

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This edition of our Hardwood Report brings you highlights of two WVUPros squaring off against each other in Mexico, Joe Alexander highlights along with what could be next for him and more.

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Feel Good Friday: Why focus on the bad when there is so much good being done? This is a new feature about the good Mountaineers do in their communities.

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Najee Goode grew up in Cleveland, and from an early age he remembers hearing his father belt out a familiar cheer: “E-A-G-L-E-S—Eagles!” He now lives in South Philadelphia, a short distance from Lincoln Financial Field, where, during football season, he gets to hear the same chant bellowed in unison by nearly 70,000 rabid disciples of the hometown team.

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On this day five years ago, Chris Henry died tragically in a traffic incident in Charlotte, NC. We wanted to take a moment to …

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