Your morning look back, around the headlines and into the future.
On This Date:
- West Virginia has an all-time record of 11-4-1. The most recent win was a 38-0 shellacking of Cincinnati in 2005. Steve Slaton led the way with 129 rushing yards and four touchdowns while the defense forced four turnovers.
- In 1984, former defensive lineman Johnny Dingle was born. In three seasons, the All-Big East performer accumulated 79 tackles, 28.5 for loss, 14.5 sacks and three forced fumbles.
In The News:
Mountaineers preaching attitude, confidence, effort (Hickman - Gazette)
WVU hoops team circling back to Zags (Vingle - Gazette)
Holgorsen says Mountaineers similar to Cowboys (Casazza - Daily Mail)
Mountaineers hope to meet expectations in Big 12 (Casazza - Daily Mail)
WVU safety Level rises through the ranks (McGill - Daily Mail)
Jackson among greatest voices in college football (Giardina - Daily Mail
WVU needs fast start in order to regain swagger (Casazza - Daily Mail)
Geno outlines winning script for Mountaineers (Furfari - Register-Herald)
WVU nears record for most points allowed in season (AP - Raby)
Special teams have been highlight to WVU's offense (Huffman - Register-Herald)
Defores back in familiar place (Hertzel - TimesWV)
WVU seniors Braun, Jenkins try to move on (Hertzel - TimesWV)
WVU opens women's slate at home today (Hertzel - TimesWV)
All-purpose Austin (Antonik - WVUSports)
West Virginia offense can't shake its funk, regain previous efficiency (Menendez - Post-Gazette)
Nugget of The Day:
- Late last night, junior college wide receiver Vince Mayle - who just received a West Virginia offer - committed to Washington State instead.
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