West Virginia Mountaineers quarterback Skyler Howard (3) runs the ball during the second quarter against the TCU Horned Frogs at Milan Puskar Stadium.

West Virginia frustrates Frogs 34-10 pitching 2nd-half shutout

Skyler Howard threw four touchdowns against the hometown school that didn’t recruit him as No. 12 West Virginia crushed TCU to start 6-0. Full Story »

Highs and lows of first month find McKivitz stable at right tackle

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The redshirt freshman takes role on veteran offensive line that has WVU on record-setting pace.  Full Story »

Holdovers remain, but Holgorsen buries comparisons to 2012 squad

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More from the coach's Tuesday news conference, plus Michael Ferns becomes a TD machine and Tony Gibson's emotional blitzing.  Full Story & Video »

West Virginia lands commitment from high-scoring Omaha wing

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The 6-foot-6 small forward averaged 26.6 points and 12.3 rebounds last season, and his younger brother projects to be even more highly recruited.  Full Story »

Monday Lunch: Taking stock of WVU’s dominant road win

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Tyler Orlosky drew a bogus flag — only his second holding penalty in 42 career games — but relished the offensive output nonetheless.  Full Story & Video »

Senior night turns sour for WVU men’s soccer

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A 2-1 loss to Buffalo was the Mountaineers' fourth consecutive setback.  Full Story »

‘Embarrassed’ Kingsbury had no qualms with West Virginia’s late TD

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Outrushed 334-32, Texas Tech coach called Saturday's effort "the worst I've seen since I've been associated with Texas Tech."  Full Story »

Dana Holgorsen: ‘Our most complete win of the year, clearly’

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Inside: Updating Justin Crawford's injury, revisiting Shelton Gibson's prediction, and feedback on Maurice Fleming's ejection.  Full Story & Video »

The Lunch: West Virginia’s run game 25th nationally in YPC

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Even injuries to Justin Crawford and Kennedy McKoy turned into positives after WVU returned from beating Texas Tech.  Full Story & Video »

The Lunch: Big 12 takes condescending, embarrassing journey to non-expansion

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Whereas the Big Ten and ACC grew bigger and richer through stealth maneuvering, the Big 12 staged an open casting call — and turned everyone away.  Full Story & Video »

Pitts turns to West Virginia second time around

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Two weeks after decommitting from Penn State, the four-star safety and state's top prospect chose the Mountaineers.  Full Story & Video »

Did the Mountaineers become 2016’s Team of Dustiny?

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Merely beating Texas Tech would’ve been a nice feather. Manhandling the Red Raiders 48-17 produced a shower of national bouquets and elevated WVU into contender status.  Full Story »

Mountaineers defense asserts its dominant side

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Allan Taylor's column: Kliff Kingsbury said his offense looked "intimidated" while being overwhelmed by West Virginia 48-17.  Full Story »

Howard pleased that offense kept foot on the gas

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LUBBOCK, Texas — West Virginia achieved its second-ever 5-0 start in the Big 12 era and produced the seventh-biggest yardage output in school history. Skyler...  Full Story & Video »

Balanced, brassy West Virginia tames Texas Tech 48-17

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Skyler Howard looked more like a record-smashing quarterback than did Patrick Mahomes and No. 20 West Virginia's defense made a bold statement in crushing the Red Raiders.  Full Story »

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