Yardage totals look gaudy, but West Virginia trying to get inexperienced linemen up to speed.
Monday's Big 12 notebook: Mayfield apologizes, Baylor swaps QBs and Gundy goes turtle hunting
With five TDs through two games, this receiving transition looks promising. More on West Virginia's latest win in Allan Taylor's Monday stock report.
The former West Virginia star has been injured for most of his first three NFL seasons.
Allan Taylor's column: The Mountaineers have themselves a well-rounded offense and a quarterback that triggers everything.
Notebook following the Mountaineers' 56-20 win over East Carolina.
Live updates throughout the game as West Virginia hosts East Carolina seeking a Week 2 bounce-back.
Catch up on West Virginia's galloping quarterback, Martell Petttaway's status and East Carolina's embarrassing start in this week's Four-Down Territory preview.
Allan Taylor's commentary: The Mountaineers' new center was neither perfect nor a liability during his first game as a starter.
In Episode 6 of the podcast, we seek enlightenment as to whether a 31-24 loss has the capacity to maroon the Mountaineers' season.
Assistant blames lack of subs for Gary Jennings, David Sills and Ka'Raun White being "completely dead" late in the game.
Breaking down key moments for the Mountaineers during a loss to Virginia Tech that was both gut-wrenching and encouraging.
Mountaineers notebook: Addressing Grant Lingafelter's injury, Marcus Simms' status and those dreaded punter cramps.
Allan Taylor charts the ups and downs of the Mountaineers and the Big 12 from Week 1.
Notebook: Why Dana Holgorsen got penalized, why Josh Jackson wasn't rattled, and a surprise surfaces on the defensive line.
Allan Taylor's commentary: West Virginia dropped a 50/50 game to their long-ago rivals Virginia Tech, and no one ducked responsibility.
LANDOVER, Md. — Images from Virginia Tech’s 31-24 thriller over West Virginia in Sunday night’s season opener.
Allan Taylor's live blog from FedEx Field as No. 22 West Virginia meets No. 21 Virginia Tech.
Long-awaited debuts highlight a long-awaited series renewal as Allan Taylor previews Sunday night's season opener.
No Marshall player had ever produced two kick-return touchdowns in the same game. Keion Davis did so Saturday night and it was just enough to salvage a 31-26 victory over Miami (Ohio).