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Morning Mashup - 11/29

Your morning look back, around the headlines and into the future.

On This Date:

- The football team has an all-time record of 6-3. In 2003, Jason Colson ran for 104 yards and two touchdowns, and the defense picked off three passes to help the Mountaineers to a 45-28 victory over Temple.

- The basketball team has an all-time record of 7-2. In 1980, Greg Nance scored 24 points and pulled down 14 rebounds in a 108-74 victory over Akron.

In The News:

WVU shows improvement in rout of VMI (Hertzel - TimesWV)

Electric Austin set to light up finale (Hertzel - TimesWV)

One super conference a good idea? (Hertzel - TimesWV)

Smith, Austin and Bailey a record breaking trio (McGill - Daily Mail)

Alston found role as big back in Air Raid offense (Casazza - Daily Mail)

Joseph emerges as bona fide star (Casazza - Daily Mail)

Mountaineers roll Keydets (Casazza - Daily Mail)

Mountaineers knock off VMI (AP)

Smith wants one last win in front of the home fans (Huffman - Register-Herald)

WVU needs to seal a winning season (Furfari - Register-Herald)

Coach Weis embraces football challenges at Kansas (Harris - TribLive)

Miles finding offensive rhythm (Arthur - Daily Athenaeum)

Brault ends WVU career at NCAA Championships (Fehrens - Daily Athenaeum)

No. 2 WVU right on track midway through season (Kreis - Daily Athenaeum)

Seven Mountaineers score in double figures as West Virginia routes VMI in home opener (Walp - Daily Athenaeum)

Mountaineers rout Keydets, 94-69 (Hickman - Gazette)

Looks like WVU's Bailey will leave early for NFL (Hickman - Gazette)

Nugget of The Day:

- WVU commit Tyler Tezeno has scheduled his official visit for the weekend of January 18th and the plan is for Bill Bedenbaugh to do an in-home with him this Sunday.

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