Memphis, TN (SportsNetwork.com) - A couple of programs that ended up with disappointing regular-season records clash for the first time ever, as the West Virginia Mountaineers take on the Texas A&M Aggies in the 56th annual Liberty Bowl. The Mountaineers, now members of the Big 12 Conference, were enigmatic at best this season, able to blow away nationally-ranked Baylor at home in the middle...
Having suffered five concussions in a span of 14 months, West Virginia quarterback Clint Trickett retired from football on Friday. The Mountaineers announced that the senior will walk away from the game, per ESPN...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...
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The scoreboard in Memphis should be active on Dec. 29 when West Virginia and Texas A&M meet in the Liberty Bowl. The Mountaineers and Aggies each average over 30 points per game, and there’s plenty of familiarity between the programs due to the coaching staffs. West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen worked under Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin at Houston, and both programs run a variation...
EerSports continues our Bowl Breakdown series, this time taking a look at the matchup between West Virginia's defensive line and Texas A&M's offensive line.
EerSports takes a look at West Virginia's top remaining targets, gives the "Naughty" and "Nice" scenarios for each, and share's Santa's pick on which scenario is most likely.
EerSports continues our Bowl Breakdown series, this time taking a look at the matchup between West Virginia's offensive line and Texas A&M's defensive line.
EerSports takes a look back at the 2014 regular season, grades out each position and previews how things will change in 2015. Today, the special teams.
Today, more on Sihiem King, Tim Irvin, and more.
White fulfills potential.... Karl Joseph talks NFL.... big transfer for top target and more.