Today, The Home Depot granted WVUPros.com and I an exclusive opportunity for a behind-the-scenes look at ESPN’s College GameDay, as college football’s premier pre-game show returns to Morgantown for the first time since 2011.
Our preview of WVU’s clash against TCU and Three Keys to the Game.
Rasheed Marshall, Larry Ford and Glenn Gress give us their thoughts on the current Mountaineer squad going into the clash against TCU.
The 18-month Geno Smith experiment as the starting quarterback of the New York Jets ended this week. After an atrocious three interception outing against the visiting Buffalo Bills (all in the first quarter) on Sunday, Rex Ryan chose to pull the plug on Smith and insert Michael Vick into the lineup.
Standing on the opposite sideline, wearing a visor, a headset and holding a play-chart, was the same head coach who developed the blueprint for defenses to use against Smith, who at one time Heisman frontrunner and a candidate to be the top overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. The Architect: Doug Marrone.
Whether he plays quarterback or receiver, TCU’s Trevone Boykin has given the West Virginia Mountaineers headaches since both programs joined the Big 12 Conference in 2012.
CFL Week 18 Recap: Sanders Has Solid Outting For Calgary, While Slaton Turns In His Best Game To Date
Jock Sanders was able to reach double-digits in rushing, receiving, and return yards in Calgary’s Friday night win. Steve Slaton continues to progress as he turned in yet another 100+ all-purpose yard effort in Toronto’s two-point victory.
Week 8 brought a little bit of everything for the WVUPros who saw action on Sunday. Here is a rundown of their performances–from Irvin’s big game to help close out the Panthers to J.T. Thomas stepping in admirably to Geno Smith’s, well, short game.
West Virginia defeats Oklahoma State, 34-10, behind the running of Wendell Smallwood and two interceptions by freshman Dravon Henry to become bowl eligible for the first time since 2012.
Clint Trickett, Kevin White and the West Virginia Mountaineers travel to Stillwater to face Daxx Garman, Tyreek Hill and the Oklahoma State Cowboys in a key Big 12 match-up on ESPN.
First of all, notice that this headline didn’t use the word “could” but rather “should.” Percy Harvin “should” be the spark that the New York Jets need to salvage the 2014 season.