U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez makes announcement in Morgantown.
D'Antoni will be retained by the Lakers, leaving The Herd to refocus its coaching search.
Offensive line coach Alex Mirabal doesn't worry about stats when evaluating the offensive line.
Chuck Heater dialed up some blitzes and challenged the offense Friday afternoon.
Dave weighs in on the possibility of Mike D'Antoni coming back to Marshall and an update on spring football practice.
Doc Holliday challenged several players to step up this spring and now he' seeing progress.
Marshall snagged a 5-2 win on get-away day in San Antonio.
Rakeem Cato picked up this spring right where he left off at the end of the 2013 season.
Marshall will try to salvage the final game of the series.
Marshall left ten runners on base and fell to the Roadrunners.
A three-member committee granted Kareem Canty his release, allowing him to transfer.
Quarterback Gunnar Holcombe talks with Dave about the battle for the backup QB spot and learning from Rakeem Cato.
A two-out ninth inning rally pushed Marshall by Ohio 2-1.
The junior first basemen was 3-for-3 with a homer in the win over Eastern Kentucky.
Moving from guard to tackle should be a breeze after Sebastian Johansson moved from Sweden to Marshall.
The Herd ran through its first live scrimmage Saturday and Doc Holliday was pleased with what he saw.
Marshall scored seven runs in the 7th and 8th to clinch its second straight conference series.
Marshall's center has started every game of his career and is Rakeem Cato's righthand man.
Addressing the Mike D'Antoni rumors and a visit with offensive line coach Alex Mirabal on this week's edition.
Rakeem Cato wants to improve his deep ball and be a more accurate passer in 2014.