For the first time since the end of the 2014 season, Marshall's football team found itself in the Associated Press Top 25, ranking No. 25 this week, as released on Sunday.
MORGANTOWN — The West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, in conjunction with University, local and state officials, has determined that football’s Big 12 Conference home opener against Baylor on Oct. 3 will take place without spectators at Milan Puskar Stadium.
The long anticipated Bristol Night Race on Saturday proved it was placed perfectly in the playoff portion of the NASCAR Cup schedule as the elimination race for the Round of 16.
Several West Virginia University football players made big-time first impressions in their debuts in a Mountaineer uniform during last Saturday’s 56-10 win over Eastern Kentucky.
MAN — The Man High School football team hopes to make the long trek to Wheeling on Friday and get a shot at playing the Wheeling Central Maroon Knights.
Marshall limited No. 23 Appalachian State to just 96 yards rushing and got 138 yards and a touchdown from Brenden Knox in a 17-7 win over the Mountaineers at Joan C. Edwards Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
MARTINSBURG — After four-plus years, four state championships and 57 consecutive games, Martinsburg football’s epic, historic win streak at last came to an end on Friday night.
GLENHAYES — Whatever Tolsia wanted to do, it did, dominating all three phases of the game in the battle of two storied Wayne County high school football teams on Friday night.
WEST MADISON — Scott used a gutty performance from quarterback Klay Matthews — and a defense that bent, but wouldn’t break — to beat Class A Madonna 38-20 on Saturday, Sept. 12.
Ever since NASCAR released the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series schedule last year, the September Bristol night race became one of its more anticipated races. Any time the series rolls into Bristol Motor Speedway for the track’s annual night race it is indeed a special night but this season the antici…
CHAPMANVILLE — The last two years Chapmanville Regional High School had both boys and girls soccer teams after starting out as a co-ed team under former coach Greg Dillon.
Marshall used four different running backs and 13 different receivers caught a pass to lead the offense to a 627-yard performance in last weekend's 59-0 win over Eastern Kentucky.
MORGANTOWN — At least for one game — albeit against an undermanned and overmatched opponent — the Mountaineers’ number one point of emphasis in the offseason was a strength instead of a concern.
LOGAN — Logan High School’s offensive line was one of the biggest around last season as some of its starters were in the 300-plus pounds category.
Darlington Raceway will always hold a special place on the NASCAR Cup schedule not because it is one of the oldest tracks that the series visits each year but the kind of racing that takes place.
With all of the distractions and adversity the West Virginia football team had to overcome just to be able to practice, it’s a little easy to forget that it’s only the second preseason camp under coach Neal Brown.
MORGANTOWN – Eleven outstanding contributors to Mountaineer athletics make up the 30th class of honorees in the West Virginia University Sports Hall of Fame, announced today by Director of Athletics Shane Lyons.
WHEELING — Since Wheeling Central moved its home games to the campus of Wheeling University five years ago, it’s known nothing but success, going 29-4 there and starting runs that ended in three Class A state championships.
Marshall quarterback Grant Wells threw for 307 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Herd to a 59-0 rout of Eastern Kentucky on Saturday at Joan C. Edwards Stadium.
The goal from the first day of a trying preseason camp has been simple for the West Virginia University football team – to be the most improved team in the country.
SETH — With only about 60 Sherman High parents in the home stands at Zontini Field at Seth, Ethan Colegrove hit paydirt for Tug Valley with barely three minutes left in the game and Joby Sorrell completed a 2-point conversion pass to Tanner Kirk to beat Sherman 22-20 on a rain-soaked field.