Coming out of college at WVU, many NFL scouts didn’t know whether to project Bruce Irvin as a defensive end or a linebacker. There was no doubt that he could play either one, but there’s a need to put a label on players in the NFL draft that go beyond the “hybrid” classification. Irvin, though, is settling in nicely with the Seattle Seahawks at strongside linebacker.
Joe Madsen, who started 50 games at West Virginia University, was signed to the Green Bay Packers’ practice squad last Saturday.
This weekend four Mountaineers began their quest for the Lombardi trophy. By the end of the weekend however only Seattle’s Bruce Irvin and the Colts Pat McAfee remained in the hunt for a championship. Here is a quick summary of this past weekend’s games and how the WVUPros performed.
The seventeen weeks of the NFL Regular season has come to an end, and the dust has settled leaving twelve teams standing. Six WVUPros find themselves on the precipice of winning a Super Bowl Ring. Five of those Mountaineer favorites play this weekend. Here is a preview.
Coming from the town of Westminster, Maryland, Jeff Braun was an underdog.
A football player in a lacrosse town, Braun was part of a very small group to ever make it out of the town to play Division I football when he went to West Virginia University. But once he got there, he learned everything he needed to know to succeed in life.