Gold & Blue Lunch: Two days before the deadline for underclassmen to withdraw, the national defensive player of the year is returning as the backbone of what should be another top-20 team.
Kacy Clemens started senior day by launching a grand slam as Texas cost West Virginia a shot at third place in the Big 12.
Cole Austin’s diving grab at third base capped a three-inning save by Braden Zarbnisky and the Mountaineers squared their weekend series with the Longhorns.
The Longhorns have the Big 12's worst team batting average at .250, yet came alive in the sixth and rallied for a 6-2 win over West Virginia to start a three-game series.
A Parade All-American and top-30 recruit, the guard averaged 14.9 points and 3.6 rebounds this past season for the Wolverines.
Basketball and baseball set single-season attendance records, while football drew its fifth-highest number of fans. A banner year where winning is the common denominator.
The Gold & Blue Lunch Report on why Baseball America's Teddy Cahill believes the Mountaineers are likely playing for seeding at this point.
The senior reliever set down 10 straight batters as West Virginia beat its Backyard Brawl rivals 2-0 on Tuesday night to close out the regular-season home schedule.
The Gold & Blue Lunch Report: Allan Taylor reports on a move that could bail out offensive players stuck in traps.
Smothers was a three-star signee in 2016 who held offers from Alabama, Ohio State, Michigan and a number of Power 5 schools.