Notebook: David Long wards off vampires, Blackwell dusts off college highlights and a 2-minute drill creates a rulebook debate.
Jovanni Stewart enjoyed a massive senior season at Katy High, but most Power Five coaches couldn't bring themselves to overlook his 5-foot-9 frame.
Episode 42 of the podcast encounters a flurry of viewer questions, Mountaineers camp info and recruiting updates.
Allan Taylor's column: Whenever Jake Spavital turns on the film, Grier and Sills flock to the room.
Offensive coaches say the big-framed freshman has vast potential, and soon we'll see where he stands in the running backs pecking order.
The FCS Dukes will come to Morgantown for a Week 2 sandwich game between Penn State and Pitt.
The Bridgeport product is finding that the move inside to Mike linebacker requires learning new assignments and, just as crucially, learning to be heard.
The former Mountaineer is a graduate transfer with two seasons of eligibilty remaining.
Calories and team chemistry top the menu for Taylor Lile, the first football-only dietician in the Big 12.
The redshirt freshman point guard has been sidelined from basketball activities this summer while undergoing medical treatment.
Graduate transfers impress teammates and coaches with urgency to produce on defensive line.
Freshman receiver Dillon Spalding also out for the year after undergoing ankle surgery.
Notebook: No one in the program wants to tempt a conversation about Will Grier being re-injured, but his backup has made enough strides to make the offensive staff comfortable.
Allan Taylor's column on West Virginia's sophomore free safety and dawg-in-training.
Episode 41 of "The Sweet Spot with A.T." stretches out those camp kinks and works through the muscle soreness.
The younger brother of Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle Stephon Tuitt becomes WVU's 13th commitment for 2019.
Holgorsen says the Hampshire High graduate made a live-drill 54-yarder in practice with room to spare.
Plus, there's news on massive offensive linemen Joe and Michael Brown.
Even before West Virginia underwent its first full-contact practice of the preseason Tuesday, Stills had reinforced all the anticipation that accompanied the four-star prospect from Fairmont.
“People like to talk about Will and David, which is all good and we’re fine with it, but we intend to be the strongest, most relentless group on this team,” McKoy said Monday.