1. West Virginia-Pitt: Another Year, Another Backyard Brawl

    Whenever I think of the Backyard Brawl, my mind is immediately flooded with memories and emotions. In fact, it was the weekend of the Pitt game when I spoke to my dear mother for the last time...

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  2. West Virginia-Cincinnati: Lights Out For The Bearcats

    My son is attending college at a northern Ohio pharmacy school. In West Virginia’s last two visits to Cincinnati, I would pick up my son and the two of us would go the football game between the Mountaineers and the Bearcats...

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  3. West Virginia Shows Its Heart for UConn's Jasper Howard

    Despite the fact that West Virginia often gets some bad press for its fans occasionally torching a couch now and then; however, there has never been a day in my life when I wasn’t proud to be a Mountaineer fan...

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  4. WVU Football: Almost Heaven; But Big East Officiating, A Little South Of There

    This past weekend, West Virginia and Marshall squared off in the Friends of Coal Bowl. The game pretty much turned out as I expected. The Mountaineers should have won by three touchdowns...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 5 years ago 458 reads 4 comments

  5. West Virginia-Marshall: It All Comes Down to Third Down

    Last season, West Virginia lost two games early and often struggled on offense throughout the season because they were having some real difficulties converting on third down and short yardage situations...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 5 years ago 273 reads 2 comments

  6. West Virginia-Marshall: The Friends Of Coal Bowl Lacks Luster

    All right, sports fans, this week will be the fourth installment of the “Friends of Coal Bowl,” a football game, pitting the West Virginia Mountaineers against the Marshall Thundering Herd...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 5 years ago 621 reads 0 comments

  7. West Virginia-Syracuse: Squeezing the Orange by Not Squandering the Ball

    This week’s West Virginia game against Syracuse may prove to be an interesting contest to watch. One of the keys to this game will obviously be West Virginia’s ability to control the football...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 5 years ago 417 reads 0 comments

  8. West Virginia-Colorado: Bad Night for the Buffs

    This Thursday night, West Virginia takes on the Colorado Buffaloes in a nationally-televised game on ESPN.   I’m thinking it’s a bad week to be a Buffalo!   In the first century of our nation’s history, the Indians worshipped the buffalo...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 5 years ago 908 reads 17 comments

  9. West Virginia's Julian Miller May Be The Key To The Big East Title

    The past few years, the Mountaineers have suffered from an inability to get off the field in crucial third-down situations. Unfortunately, many of these third-down conversions have been the result of completed passes...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 5 years ago 324 reads 2 comments

  10. Jarrett Brown's Arm Harms West Virginia

    “Do no harm.” Many people mistakenly believe those words are lifted directly from the Hippocratic Oath, an oath taken by many doctors when they enter into medical practice...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 5 years ago 833 reads 9 comments

  11. Speed Kills Auburn, Thrills West Virginia

    You have all heard the saying, “Speed kills!” Well, in the case of John Belushi, Chris Farley, and Princess Diana, truer words were certainly never spoken...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 5 years ago 493 reads 5 comments

  12. West Virginia's Jarrett Brown Continues a Colorful History

    When you look up the words character and loyalty in the dictionary, you should read the words, “See Jarrett Brown...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 5 years ago 223 reads 4 comments

  13. Why West Virginia Must Scuttle the Pirates!

    Although their traditional rivalry football game with Maryland is currently put on hold, the Terrapins have been widely regarded as a barometer of West Virginia’s prospects for the season...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 5 years ago 521 reads 6 comments

  14. The Strange Case of West Virginia's Tevita Finau

    For the past couple of years, West Virginia Mountaineer fans have been expectantly awaiting the arrival of Tevita Finau...

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  15. West Virginia Is Finally Stew's Crew!

    Following his outstanding victory over Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl, West Virginia assistant coach Bill Stewart was awarded the Mountaineer head coaching position...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 5 years ago 173 reads 0 comments

  16. Does Life Really Begin at Forty?

    No doubt you have all heard the saying, “Life begins at forty.” Perhaps, like me, you have often wondered what bit of insanity inspired that statement...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 5 years ago 77 reads 0 comments

  17. USC: The Best Athletes that Money can Buy

    It has just been revealed that USC men’s basketball coach Tim Floyd made a direct cash payment to the man who was responsible for bringing O.J. Mayo into the program...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 5 years ago 605 reads 24 comments

  18. Bring Owen to Schmittsburgh!

    Going back to the mid-'70s, the Pittsburgh Steelers have always had a bruising and powerful running game, often providing the initial blocks for a much faster tailback...

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  19. Pitt, Morgantown, Mountaineers, and Mom

    This year, the lowly Pitt Panthers will make another return visit to Morgantown. Although it may sound strange at first, whenever I think of a night game in Morgantown with the Pitt Panthers, ...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 5 years ago 113 reads 4 comments

  20. The Fleeting Talent and Glory of Brett Favre

    At the end of his weekly hosting of Sunday’s highest rated political talk show, the late host Tim Russert used to say: “If it’s Sunday, it’s Meet the Press...

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  21. Major Harris-- How I Landed This "Major" Book Deal

    Early in 2007, I first came up with the idea of writing this book on former Mountaineer football great, Major Harris...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 5 years ago 1,095 reads 4 comments

  22. Hard Times and Hard Choices

    One of our Bleacher Report readers recently asked me why I haven’t written anything lately. The following column is the explanation for why sports has recently taken a backseat ...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 5 years ago 36 reads 0 comments

  23. Puttting the Best Face on Bleacher Report

    If you have ever been on a sports message board, then you know the rudeness and venom that are routinely spouted off by some of the participants...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about almost 6 years ago 179 reads 10 comments

  24. Bengals-Eagles: The NFL Ties One On

    When the game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Philadelphia Eagles ended in a 13-13 tie, it once again highlighted one of the reasons why the National Football League will never match the collegiate game for excitement...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about almost 6 years ago 152 reads 5 comments

  25. Football and Family—The Two Are Inseparable!

    A couple of years ago, I made the statement to my wife that my priorities in this life were faith, family, and football—in that order. She immediately questioned my order on a couple of them...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about almost 6 years ago 807 reads 3 comments