MORGANTOWN — West Virginia University redshirt senior quarterback and Heisman Trophy contender Will Grier has been named the National Offensive Player of the Week by the Maxwell Football Club as announced by the organization today.
DALLAS — The Big 12 Conference has announced that game time and network television coverage for WVU’s Saturday, Nov. 3, football game against Texas at Darrell K Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas, will be determined this weekend as the networks have exercised the first of their …
When the WVU basketball team first started recruiting center Oscar Tshiebwe, it was more or less a slam-dunk that the Mountaineers would land the Kennedy Catholic (Hermitage, Pa.) product.
MORGANTOWN — WVU placekicker Evan Staley is off to a strong start at training camp, judging by head coach Dana Holgorsen’s high praise for the Hampshire High alumnus during a press conference last week.
MORGANTOWN — Mountaineer Athletic Club members and past season ticket holders have until Friday, July 27, to reserve priority seating for the 2018-19 men’s basketball season.
The regular season is winding down and the WVU baseball team is hitting its stride. With 8 regular season games to go, WVU has won 8 of its last 12 and had won 2 consecutive series prior to this past weekend.
After taking 2 of 3 from Kansas State this past weekend, the WVU baseball team has now won its 1st Big 12 series of the season. After losing each of their first 3 conference series, the Mountaineers are hoping that taking the set with the Wildcats can be a turning point.
The WVU baseball is just past the midway point of the 2018 season and with the weather warming up, fewer baseball games are being cancelled. As a result, the Mountaineers are getting busier with games and are figuring out who they are as a team.
Despite entering this past weekend with the No. 25 ranking the NCAA RPI poll, the WVU baseball team entered with an 11-14 record and had lost 6 of its last 8. They needed to start picking up victories to back up their ranking.
To this point, Norman’s Notes has been all about my thoughts on and news from the WVU men’s basketball season. Moving forward, we take a different path. Now, Norman’s Notes will be a look into the WVU baseball season as well as WVU football spring practices.
MORGANTOWN — You never want to see an injury happen to one of your teammates, but in the case of WVU kicker Evan Staley, it opened up an opportunity last season.
NCAA Tournament losses don’t properly allow for gradual and proper goodbyes. For the WVU men’s basketball team, the 2017-18 season ended with a thud last Friday as it lost to Villanova, 90-78, in the Sweet 16.
Like it or not, WVU fans probably caught the last true glimpse of “Press Virginia” in its quintessential form during the team’s 90-78 loss to Villanova in the Sweet 16.
With the meeting between West Virginia and Marshall in the NCAA Tournament came the elephant in the room: the dormant basketball series between the 2 schools, the Capital Classic.
In many ways this WVU men’s basketball season can be split into 2 halves: pre-Esa Ahmad suspension and post-Esa Ahmad suspension. Before Ahmad, WVU went 15-1. With him, the Mountaineers went 7-8.
Monday night at the WVU Coliseum was an emotional evening. WVU defeated Texas Tech 84-74. The win was WVU’s third in a row, but also the final home game in the careers of Jevon Carter and Daxter Miles Jr.
In the last 7 days, things didn’t start off very well for the West Virginia University men’s basketball team. Last Wednesday, the Mountaineers dropped their 5th game in the last 7 by falling to Iowa State, 93-77.
This past week, the West Virginia men’s basketball team lost both of its games and fell from No. 7 to No. 15 in the AP Poll. The Mountaineers travel to Ames to face Iowa State on Wednesday and host Kansas State on Saturday. To sweep this week’s games, they’ll need to improve in several areas.
Welcome to the first of many Norman’s Notes. Each week I’ll be updating you on the latest news and notes on the West Virginia University men’s basketball team. Before diving into what happened this past week, let me introduce myself.
Well, it’s been a week since our beloved West Virginia Mountaineer footballers played their worst game since the 2013 Maryland embarrassment at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. WVU lost that game 37-0, in a drenching, cold rain in front of a typically lifeless UMD home crowd. The Cotton Bo…
Last week’s bowl game certainly wasn’t the ending West Virginia fans were hoping to get, and in the immediate aftermath of that loss, there have been quite a few reactions — among the most popular calling for Dana Holgorsen to be fired.
This past weekend, the HCR and Mountaineer Nation were fulfilled to see our beloved ‘Eers sweep the hated Pittsburgh Panthers in wrestling and women and men’s hoops.