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This week’s Hardwood Report features updates from Mountaineers in Germany, France, Russia, Poland, Mexico, the Czech Republic and the UK as we follow the WVUPros men around the globe.
Da’Sean Butler played like a mad man for WVU during his years as a Mountaineer. His senior year was something special and Mountain Nation …
The Mountaineers lost an eight point lead late in the second half, which set the tone for a close game that stretched well into overtime. In the end, Jevon Carter hit two free-throws at the end of the first overtime to win the game in Morgantown.
West Virginia looks to back to their winning ways Saturday afternoon when they host the 14-4 TCU Horned Frogs
West Virginia’s Kevin White is drawing plenty of top-notch respect in regards to the upcoming NFL Draft. Most analysts are projecting White in the top 15 and as one of the best overall prospects in the draft. On more than one occasion, the San Francisco 49ers have been named as a desirable landing spot for the 6-foor-3, 209-pound standout receiver.
When Bruce Irvin was drafted, it was unsure how he fit into Seattle’s plan, but they knew that they wanted him. Now, Irvin has taken hold into one of the best defenses in recent memory and is proving to be a vital cog.
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Ryan Mundy was a pivotal part of a Chicago Bears defense that likely made Brian Urlacher cringe this past season. But Mundy believes that the Bears’ new head coach, John Fox, will bring in a staff that will help the overall atmosphere of the team and more importantly the defense.
West Virginia basketball player Jarrod West may not be wearing the old gold and blue jersey anymore, but he’s still around the game he once played for the Mountaineers.
Many are already counting Geno Smith out of the quarterback conversation in New York now that his No. 1 supporter and former Jets general manager John Idzik has gotten the ax. But, believe it or not, Smith still has a chance in New York under new head coach Todd Bowles and offensive coordinator Chan Gailey.
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