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Foul trouble is early concern for WVU

While Saturday’s game with Wheeling Jesuit is only an exhibition, it serves as an opportunity for the West Virginia men’s basketball time to fine tune some areas of its game. One area that especially requires further examination and improvement is the number of fouls that the Mountaineers commit. This past Saturday against Pitt, WVU committed…

Viva Pick’Em: Bowl Season Edition

Birmingham Bowl: Texas Tech vs. USF USF USF TTU TTU TTU USF TTU TTU TTU AutoNation Cure Bowl: Western Kentucky vs. Georgia State WKU WKU WKU WKU WKU WKU GSU WKU WKU Celebration Bowl: Grambling vs. North Carolina A&T NCAT GRAM NCAT GRAM NCAT GRAM GRAM NCAT GRAM Las Vegas Bowl: No. 25 Boise State…

Bowl game predictions Dec. 15

Bowl season is upon us. And the madness starts Saturday. The Mercury’s sports staff — editor and K-State beat writer Ryan Black and reporters Shane Jackson and Greg Woods — will pick every game, including the College Football Playoff national title tilt next month. Check out their predictions for Saturday’s six games below. (All times…

Texas WR commit Rondale Moore visiting Purdue

For months, the possibility of Louisville (Ky.) Trinity wide receiver Rondale Moore flipping from the Texas Longhorns to the Purdue Boilermakers has loomed as a possibility, if not an inevitability. With Moore visiting West Lafayette on an official visit this weekend, it seems reasonable to put him on flip watch: After committing to the Longhorns…

23 Student-Athletes Graduate Today – West Virginia University

Story Links MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Twenty-three West Virginia University student-athletes will receive their undergraduate or graduate degrees today at the University’s winter commencement ceremonies inside the WVU Coliseum. Last night, the student-athletes and their families, alongside their coaches and athletic department staff members, gathered at Touchdown Terrace at Milan Puskar Stadium for a celebratory dinner. There,…