On the latest episode of The Game Within The Game presented by DraftKings, host Brad Howe and guest Anthony Becht (11 year NFL veteran/host Spittin' Fire podcast) talked all things football.
WVU has a week of rest while OSU faces Tulsa Saturday.
Mountaineers Answering Questions
Dolan addresses attendance, postseason golf and new practice guidelines from the Governor's office.
Hughes will play for GWHS graduate Shawn Clark with the Mountaineers.
— By Dave Weekley Each week during the Big 12 football season, this column will to provide a quick overview of where things stand around the conference. And unlike traditional standings or simple power ratings, we will use a tier format. If you play fantasy football, you should be familiar with this style
Martinsburg, Poca and Williamstown remain No. 1.
MADISON, W.Va. — Photos from Scott’s 38-20 win Saturday afternoon over Madonna. (Photos courtesy of Chuck Roberts)
Marshall got an extra week off after its season opening win and now gets ready for and old rival to come to town.
Suspensions of 11 players forced roster shuffling for the Mountaineers in their season opener.
The Dragons are 1 of 8 Class A teams to start the season 2-0.
The Bulldogs won their 57th consecutive game, defeating the Applemen 51-33.
The cancellations became official with the release of Saturday's state COVID protocols map.
The Mountaineers scored 42 first half points and nearly 70 players took the field.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Photos from WVU’s season opener vs. Eastern Kentucky.
11 WVU players have been suspended for the opener.
ONA, W.Va. — Photo galleries from Cabell Midland’s 42-7 win over Huntington. (Photos courtesy of Chuck Roberts and John Hagley Photography)
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — In his weekly press conferences, Neal Brown is often a man of many words. Over the past year and a half, media members have come to expect detailed and expansive answers on any aspect of the game of football. On Tuesday however in Brown’s weekly pregame Zoom call, the head coach offered
— Story and highlights by Daniel Woods PARKERSBURG, W.Va. — With 10:51 to play in the third quarter, Parkersburg trailed Wheeling Central Catholic by two scores and looked to be in jeopardy of falling to 0-2 on the season. From that point forward, junior quarterback Bryson Singer accounted for four of his five touchdowns on the
The Wildcats finished their 2020 season by honoring their seniors at Berger Field.