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For our regular readers who may be wondering why we haven’t updated this site since the beginning of April, I have exciting news! We …

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This week’s edition of the WVUPros on the Hardwood Report features updates from Alex Ruoff’s dominance in Germany, the trio of WVUPros in France, Dalton Pepper …

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The third-year skipper is enjoying another successful spring as head coach of the WVU Baseball team. His team continued their stellar play Tuesday evening when they defeated Pitt on the road to extend the team’s current string of victories to seven.

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Mark Glowinski, former WVU Mountaineer Football Star offensive lineman, is coming to Collectibles Etc. for an autograph appearance on Saturday, April 4th, 2015 from 2-4 pm.

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It’s time for another WVUPros Feel Good Friday – featuring none other than our beloved ‘Huggy Bear’! Not only has he put together and coached this year’s team to a Sweet 16 appearance, but he has also been a part of some pretty awesome charity work that is definitely ‘feel good’ worthy!

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After beginning the game 1 of 11 from the field, the Mountaineers had little recourse to fall upon to counter Kentucky’s mounting pressure. Behind a 14 point night by Trey Lyles , the Wildcats had the game wrapped up by half-time.

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Thursday night the West Virginia basketball team will try to pull off an upset for the ages as they take on the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats. If somehow WVU can do what many analysts are saying is impossible, and beat Kentucky Thursday night, it would go down as one of the biggest upsets in NCAA tournament history. In honor of West Virginia attempting to make underdog history we put together our own list of the top ten upsets in sports history.

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West Virginia will face No. 1 seed, undefeated Kentucky in the Sweet Sixteen. The Mountaineers faced the Wildcats in the 2010 Elite Eight in …

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As WVU prepares to take on the Kentucky Wildcats tomorrow, the game bears many similarities to another game against Kentucky where WVU went against …

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Sophomore forward Devin Williams recorded his ninth double-double (16 points, 10 rebounds), while the rest of the team forced 20 turnovers as the Mountaineers pulled off a thrilling 69-59 victory over the fourth-seeded Maryland Terrapins Sunday night in Columbus.

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