The WVUPro who seems to keep his name in the headlines because of where he plays, ensured on Sunday that he will remain that way–and possibly see his bank account take a hit, while another continues to have a career rejuvenation of sorts. Here is a the roundup of how your favorite Mountaineers performed in NFL action during Week 3.
While most football fans know about Pat White’s speed and elusiveness as a runner, few know of how strong his left arm truly is. …
Thomas’ hard work has paid off as he moves to the top of the depth chart.
Joe Alexander’s long climb back into the NBA will cause him to have to, well, climb into the thin air of the Rocky Mountains. Chams Sharania of RealGM reported that the WVU star will join the Denver Nuggets on their training camp roster.
Week 3 of the NFL season was one of the quietest of any weeks for WVUPros in the three years I have been doing these recaps . . . until Monday night when one of the most talked about and scrutinized quarterbacks in the league took center stage. Here is how your favorite Mountaineers fared in the third week of the season.
In the New York Jets first of three nationally televised games this season, they showed they are like a nearby Lorne Michaels’ creation: not quite ready for prime-time players. They’re close, but a Geno Smith pick-six on the opening drive followed by a muffed punt that turned into another Bears TD, the Jets found themselves in an early 14-0 hole.
Following an Ugly Incident a Week Prior, Steve Slaton Shows Off in his Latest Start for the Toronto Argonauts.
The West Virginia Mountaineers welcome the No. 4 Oklahoma Sooners for each team’s Big 12 Conference opener in prime time on FOX.
As the 2014 MLS Regular Season nears an end, the Philadelphia Union defender filled us in on his current happenings, both on and off the pitch.
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.