1. College Football Power Rankings: Big East Running Backs Week 3

    Welcome to the second edition of the Big East running back power rankings. There is still plenty of football to be played in 2010. There are no running backs that are technically out of the race after three weeks...

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  2. West Virginia Football: Bill Stewart Starts 3-0 For The First Time

    In its heyday, the West Virginia University and Maryland rivalry signaled a turning point in the season for both schools. Whichever team won this game ultimately had a very successful season...

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  3. West Virginia Football: Bill Stewart and Ralph Friedgen Square Off

    Editor's Note: This article was written prior to West Virginia's 31-17 win over Maryland on Saturday, September 18...

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  4. Big East Football: Can the Conference Recover from the First Two Weeks?

    The thud everyone heard over the Labor Day weekend was the brick the Big East Conference laid in their opening weekend of football...

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  5. College Football Power Rankings: Big East Running Backs

    This week and every subsequent week, I will look into the Big East rushing leaders. Who will take home the rushing title in the Big East this year? To start the season, the odds-on ...

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  6. West Virginia Football: Will OC Jeff Mullen Succeed in His Third Year?

    A consensus is starting to form regarding offensive coordinator Jeff Mullen’s play calling in the season opener...

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  7. West Virginia Football: Bill Stewart Accepts Doc Holliday's Challenge

    The game announcers for the Mountaineers season opener provided the following statistic, “When the West Virginia University football team scores 30 or more points in a game, they are 59-1 in their last 60 such games," an impressive stat...

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  8. West Virginia Football: The Chanticleers and McCartney's Eers

    West Virginia football opens their 2010 campaign on Saturday against the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. Which begs the question, what is a Chanticleer? According to Wikipedia, Chanticleer ...

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  9. West Virginia Football: A Very Biased 2010 Schedule Prediction

    Mountaineer fans, everywhere, are gearing up for the 2010 football season. Whether it is Noel Devine’s quest for the top running back spot, or Robert Sands quest to be the best safety ever at WVU, there is plenty to keep an eye on in 2010...

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  10. WVU Football 2010: Eugene Smith and Noel Devine Prepare To Lead

    With the 2010 college football season less than two weeks away, expectations are beginning to mount for the West Virginia University football team. As with any team in the FBS, the closer the games get, the more excited fans become...

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  11. West Virginia Football: Bill Stewart Needs Luck To Deal With Luck

    As the season gets closer, the sights and sounds of practice have replaced the topic of conference expansion. Rest assured, the topic will resurface immediately, following the bowl games that represent the end of this season...

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  12. For West Virginia Football, 2010 Is the Year of Reckoning

    Since it was announced in February, Mountaineer fans have anticipated the findings of an NCAA probe into Rich Rodriguez’ time as head football coach. Thursday, new Athletic Director Oliver Luck announced those NCAA allegations...

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  13. Rich Rodriguez Letter Raises More Questions Than It Answers

    Several weeks ago, Michigan issued its public response to the ongoing NCAA investigation into its storied football program. Renewing the discussions concerning Rich Rodriguez and his tenure as Michigan’s head football coach...

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  14. West Virginia Mountaineers: Keys to a 2010 BCS Championship

    In the winter of 2008, Mountaineer fans everywhere were livid over the loss of potential star QB recruit Terrelle Pryor, along with a certain head coach. Pryor ended up signing with The Ohio State Buckeyes...

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  15. Could Bill Stewart Save The Big East?

    Several factors have combined to help shorten this year’s off-season for fans of the Mountaineer football team. The first was an injury to Eugene Smith’s foot that prompted Coach Bill Stewart to move spring drills into April...

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  16. WVU Recruiting: Bill Stewart's Version

    Bill Stewart is changing the way WVU approaches recruiting. According to Stewart , WVU will no longer allow verbal commitments to leak their status until their parents have visited the Morgantown campus...

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  17. Big Ten Expansion: Much Ado About Everything

    Whatever Internet site surfers peruse concerning the Big East’s football future, very few positives can be found. Big Ten expansion is widely predicted as the demise of the Big East football conference...

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  18. Tavon Austin To Be Like Steve Smith?

    Tavon Austin , Noel Devine’s heir apparent, has been moved to the outside "Z" receiver position for the 2010 Mountaineer football season. In a recent interview, Austin compared himself to Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith...

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  19. Rich Rodriguez Legacy at WVU Continues to Be Tarnished

    On February 23 of this year, Michigan held a news conference responding to allegations of an ongoing NCAA investigation...

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  20. Coley White Could Go Wild in the Wildcat

    With the injury to Geno Smith’s fifth metatarsal in his left foot, Coley White will get the majority of reps at quarterback for the Mountaineers during spring workouts...

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  21. Mountaineers To Be Defensive In 2010

    For the first time in over a decade, WVU football will open a season with its defense representing the strength of the team. The Mountaineer defense returns 16 players from the 2009 two deep...

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  22. Will Robert Sands Become West Virginia's Best Safety of All Time?

    There is no doubt that sophomore Robert Sands elevated his level of play in 2009. But will Sands—listed as 6’6”, 215-lbs...

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  23. West Virginia Mountaineers To Face LSU Tigers in Death Valley

    The annual muzzle-loading season will open early for West Virginia hunters in 2010. The wild game responsible for the one-day season will be Bengal Tigers. West Virginia fans are urged to purchase their permits early; demand is expected to be high...

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  24. Bill Stewart's Version of College Football Realignment

    On Wednesday, Bill Stewart announced his version of realignment . Stewart compartmentalized the coaching positions at WVU. Dave McMichael, recently hired from Uconn, will be the offensive special teams coordinator...

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  25. Is the Big East BCS-Quality?

    Since the ACC raided the Big East and took three of its member schools, questions have swirled about the validity of the Big East’s automatic BCS bid. Is the Big East BCS-worthy? Scribes have attempted to answer that question since 2004...

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