Geno Smith made news when he fired his agents just days after falling from the first round of the NFL Draft. Now he's got a new agency to handle his affairs in the pros. On Wednesday, Roc Nation Sports
Former Mountaineer hires new agency ahead of rookie season with New York
The term "offseason" is a loose one in just about any sport these days and college football is not the least of those that is anything but "off" when the season concludes. For Dana Holgorsen's Mountaineers,
Mountaineers work extends beyond the weight room as team tries for better showing in year two with Big 12.
Former West Virginia University Wide Receiver Ivan McCartney is looking to return to his former team. McCartney announced via twitter that he wants to return to WVU for his senior season. He tweeted,
McCartney left the WVU football program last fall. Now he wants to return to the Mountaineers.
Former West Virginia University star football player Bruce Irvin will miss the first four games of the 2013 NFL season due to a suspension.Irvin is suspended without pay for those first four games due
Irvin violated the NFL's policy on performance enhancing substances
West Virginia freshman quarterback Chavas Rawlins has decided to leave the Mountaineers program after just one semester at the university, according to his Monessen High School Coach Andy Pacak. A major
After enrolling early back in January, rookie signal caller decides to seek transfer from Mountaineer program.
For most Mountaineer Fans, when you say the name John Pennington, one thing comes to mind… an amazing diving catch in the endzone that helped WVU beat Pitt in 2003. "I apologize if this is the millionth
Former Mountaineer Wide Receiver, John Pennington, has started a unique business for active adults in Charleston, West Virginia called The Athletic and Social League.
There was no question when West Virginia's spring game wrapped up that the quarterback battle had only just begun. With no indication as to which of the two candidates – junior Paul Millard or redshirt
Transfer brings experience to quarterback battle, but head coach warns it's a wide open competition.
West Virginia football coach Dana Holgorsen is traveling throughout the state on the Coaches Caravan, meeting his program's supporters and offering a glimpse into the future for the Mountaineers. Coming
Mountaineers head coach talks quarterbacks, expectations and program's future as offseason gets underway.
Rookie minicamps are wrapping up throughout the National Football League on Sunday and some former West Virginia players are getting their final chance to make an impression. Reports out of St. Louis
Draft picks and free agents making first impressions this weekend throughout the league.
The annual West Virginia University Coaches Caravan kicked off Wednesday night at Oglebay Resort in Wheeling as the athletic department makes its rounds across the state to greet the fans.Men's soccer
Luck discusses the state of his athletic department, including the recent successes the baseball program has enjoyed.