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Howard back to having fun behind center | Exponent Telegram
That was the word West Virginia quarterback Skyler Howard used in the aftermath of Saturday’s Gold-Blue Spring Scrimmage. It seemed out of place coming from his mouth, yet it said so much about where Skyler Howard has been and how far he’s come to get where he is today.
What we saw from the Gold-Blue Game | The Daily Athenaeum
As spring football comes to a close, here’s what we learned from Saturday’s Gold-Blue game as the offense beat the defense, 49-46
WVU offense rides 7 touchdown passes to Blue-Gold comeback | WV MetroNews
Skyler Howard tossed three first-half touchdowns and West Virginia’s backup quarterbacks recovered from a flurry of interceptions to lead the offense’s 49-46 win over the defense in Gold-Blue spring game Saturday.
Plenty of Scoring in Saturday's Gold-Blue Game | WVU Athletics
Skyler Howard threw three touchdown passes and the offense crossed the goal line seven times during Saturday’s Gold-Blue Spring Game played at The Greenbrier Sports Performance Center in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.
Gibson: WVU defense ‘not very good right now’ | Charleston Gazette-Mail
Spring football ended only Saturday for West Virginia, and the regular season doesn’t begin for another 132 days, when the Mountaineers begin with a non-conference game against an opponent from the SEC’s East division.
Running game features more smash-and-dash | WV MetroNews
Rushel Shell gained 50 yards on nine carries and true freshman Kennedy McKoy ran for 57 on eight attempts in Saturday’s spring game, giving West Virginia more of the smash-and-dash attack it displayed last season.
Holgorsen sees freshmen make spring impact | WV MetroNews
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen gleefully watches freshman receiver Marcus Simms make plays, while acknowledging the newcomer "has no clue what he’s doing."
WVU soph wideout Jennings steps up on final day of spring drills | Charleston Gazette-Mail
The explanation from Gary Jennings following his performance in the Gold-Blue Game here at The Greenbrier was both succinct and sufficient.
West Virginia Spring Football Game: 3 Things That Mattered | Campus Insiders
What three things mattered in the West Virginia spring football game and what to take away from the scrimmage.
Photo gallery: West Virginia plays Gold-Blue game at The Greenbrier | WV MetroNews
Check out photo coverage from the Mountaineers’ 2016 Gold-Blue spring game, played at The Greenbrier for the first time.
WVU Comes Back with 10 Unanswered Runs at OU | WVU Athletics
Behind 8.1 scoreless innings in relief by freshman Michael Grove, the West Virginia University baseball team rallied with 10 unanswered runs to beat Oklahoma 12-7 on Sunday afternoon at L. Dale Mitchell Park.
Grove holds Sooners at bay during West Virginia’s rally | WV MetroNews
Ray Guerrini put West Virginia in front with a fifth-inning homer and Cole Austin tacked on a grand slam as the Mountaineers won 12-7 to nix Oklahoma’s designs on a weekend sweep.
WVU rallies for 12-7 win at Oklahoma | Exponent Telegram
West Virginia overcame a disastrous first inning Sunday and showed tremendous heart in a 12-7 come-from-behind win over Oklahoma.
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Mountaineers Fall in Spring Finale | WVU Athletics
The West Virginia University women’s soccer team closed its spring season with a 2-0 loss to Ohio State this afternoon at Dreamswork Field.
Around The NCAA:
If college football and basketball teams linked schedules, these would be dream series | SBNation
These programs really should consider linking pigskin and roundball.
Shon Coleman beat cancer and is finally ready to take on the NFL Draft | SBNation
The offensive tackle from Auburn has been waiting six years for this year.
Projected lottery pick Ivan Rabb skipping NBA Draft to return to Cal | SBNation
Cuonzo Martin is getting the 6'11 big man back for another year.
Spring game attracted some top targets | Charleston Gazette-Mail
Just a week ago, it seemed as if West Virginia would miss out on a prime recruiting opportunity due to the fact that the annual spring game would be held at The Greenbrier.