Three Mountaineers will play in various all-star bowl games after the Russell Athletic Bowl.
Video creator extraordinaire and consultant with WVU football Doug Cross (@DougityDog) released his annual Mountaineers in the Pros 2014 video on Tuesday. Highlights include …
I am a firm believer in ‘what goes around, comes around . . . Whatever you may call it–-luck, karma, blessings–-it’s out there. This …
Barring a trade, it looks like Kevin White could trade his Blue and Gold for Silver and Black.
When NFL camps begin this summer, the Green and Yellow synonymous with the Packers will take on a decided Blue and Gold tinge.
Last week, the NFL released the list of invitees to the annual NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Three Mountaineers were selected to attend, and two of those could end making headlines like Tavon Austin did two years ago.
It has been over 15 years since Marc Bulger played football for the Mountaineers, but the school left a lasting impression on him & his family.
WVU legend Da’Sean talks with us about playing overseas, being a GA under Bob Huggins, how that changed his perspective on the game and keeping in touch with former WVU teammates.
Here is a list of many Mountaineer football players of the past to follow on Twitter. Enjoy, share, follow.
An early look and projection of where some West Virginia Mountaineers may fall in the 2015 NFL Draft, including Kevin White.