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Boy, this internet thing is crazy, isn’t it? All you’ve gotta do is post one video to YouTube of yourself killing a bear with a musket you were given by West Virginia University for use in your capacity as the school’s mascot, and you never hear the end of it.
Step aside, alleged taco thief Erving Walker - West Virginia junior safety Darwin Cook and senior cornerback Terence Garvin have officially one-upped you on the stupidity scale, thanks to charges of stolen Doritos and Gatorade.
What are you thinking here, Buzz Williams? Your Marquette team has just beaten Big East rival West Virginia, 61-60. You’re on West Virginia’s home court. You’ve been called over to the announcer’s table to do a post-game interview on ESPN. You probably shouldn’t pretend to do a ballroom dance in the middle of the court before all of the disappointed WVU kids have left the arena.
West Virginia visited unholy carnage upon Clemson in the Orange Bowl last night…but it wasn’t just opposing players who fell victim to the Mountaineers’ relentless attack.
This weekend, the Louisville football team will travel to Morgantown for a clash with no. 21 West Virginia, and the atmosphere is expected to be a heated one. It’s expected to be so heated, in fact, that Louisville will leave its cheerleaders at home, deeming the environment at WVU “unsafe.”
It was an unseasonably miserable day in Piscataway, NJ yesterday. Only a few weeks removed from temperatures hitting 80, the ground was coated with snow. And it was the worst kind of snowfall – the kind that was mixed with earlier rain, resulting in a wet slush on the ground that was in some spots pretty treacherous to walk on.
Through it all, Rutgers and West Virginia had a football game to play. And as fun as snow football can be to watch, you never totally forget that you’re standing outside in adverse conditions for hours. To forget that, you need something more.
Remember when West Virginia was going to the Big 12? Well, earlier today, word got out that West Virginia wasn’t going to the Big 12 just yet. And the reason why is: U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell?
West Virginia football coach Dana Holgorsen might best be summed up in this photo. He is relentless, doing whatever possible to attack the task at hand with maximum intensity. Spencer Hall of SB Nation and Every Day Should Be Saturday likes to call him Holgo the Barbarian. So when mere rain (and an underwhelming opponent in Bowling Green) keep WVU fans from showing up even as the home side rolls to a 55-10 win, you can expect the offensive mastermind won’t hold his displeasure back. In a press conference yesterday, Holgorsen didn’t. See what we mean after the jump.