Signing off from San Jose, the Gold & Blue Lunch Report rewinds what went wrong at the end of a 61-58 loss to Gonzaga.
Allan Taylor's column: Josh Perkins had five blocks all season. His sixth erased West Virginia's chance to reach the Elite Eight.
Jevon Carter’s 21 points weren’t enough to save West Virginia from 27-percent shooting in a 61-58 loss.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Fouls came early and often at the Sweet 16, with Gonzaga and West Virginia combining for 27 in the opening...
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Images from Thursday night’s Sweet 16 game between fourth-seeded West Virginia and No. 1 Gonzaga.
In its Sweet 16 preview from San Jose, the Gold & Blue Lunch Report sizes up all the angles on WVU-Gonzaga.
Butler (Kan.) Community College cornerback Fontez Davis plans to enroll in May and will have three years remaining.
Allan Taylor's column from the Sweet 16: Mountaineers point guard has grown accustomed to directing his teammates, and they've grown used to listening.
Some light-hearted takeaways from West Virginia and Gonzaga on the eve of their Sweet 16 matchup.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — The SAP Center has its NCAA court installed (don’t worry, that screen shot comes from two days ago) and we’ll take...
In his column, Allan Taylor chats with a Brigham Young assistant about the only blemish on Gonzaga's 34-1 record.
The West Virginia fifth-year senior had played in 27 games overall, including 12 starts over the past two seasons at right tackle.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — What sort of revenue is at stake for teams like West Virginia in the Sweet 16? The Gold & Blue Lunch Report...
Three talented transfers, two 7-footers and a 34-1 record show how formidable the top-seeded Bulldogs are. The Gold & Blue Lunch begins previewing the Sweet 16 matchup against West Virginia.
A 19-point deficit wasn’t too huge for Iowa State, but Purdue’s Caleb Swanigan was. The Boilermakers big man produced 20 points, seven assists and...
BUFFALO, N.Y. — As West Virginia point guard Jevon Carter was matching a season-high scoring output, his Notre Dame counterpart Matt Farrell couldn’t keep...
Allan Taylor's column from Buffalo, where West Virginia's defense had its moments but its offense delivered the knockout.
Snapping a three-year shooting slump in NCAA tournaments, Jevon Carter scored 24 and No. 4 seed West Virginia beat Notre Dame 83-71 f
Images from Saturday's round-of-32 game in Buffalo.
The Irish commit the fewest turnovers in the nation, and Press Virginia generates the most. Their renewal of a Big East series is must-see action during Saturday's second round of the NCAAs.