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Great Plays in WVU History

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We are now just 24 days away from WVU’s 2014 season opener against Alabama. In celebration, today we take a quick look back at the career of Mountaineer running back, #24, Artie Owens.

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  The longest run of Owen Schmitt‘s career is also one of the most famous plays in WVU history.   We know Owen Schmitt …

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  “Once a Mountaineer, Always a Mountaineer.” We here at WVUPros hear this phrase echoed often by readers on this site, on Twitter, Facebook, …

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We here at WVUPros, with the help of our friend, John Radcliff, have obtained exclusive footage of the historic signing between Big East Commissioner John Marinatto and WVU AD Oliver Luck. Joining Luck is WVU ambassador, Bob Huggins, who from looking at the footage, wants no part of Marinatto, and former Big East commissioner, Mike Tranghese.

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Among long-time West Virginia Mountaineer fans, the name Jarrod West is synonymous with one thing: the banked in three-pointer to defeat Cincinnati in the 1997 NCAA Tournament on March 15,1998.
In our second edition of Great Plays In WVU History, we bring you “The Shot”

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We here at WVU Pros are here to help you to take those strolls down memory lane. We have compiled some of our favorite moments in Mountaineer history, and our artistic friend John Radcliff of Smoking Musket has offered to create a series of animated GIFs that play over and over in a never-ending loop of those plays.

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