1. West Virginia Football: One More Key To Victory

    In the past few weeks, you have read a multitude of opinions regarding the things West Virginia must do in order to win the Big East title. A number of columnists, including myself, have listed our “keys” to the Mountaineers’ season...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 4 years ago 805 reads 4 comments

  2. West Virginia's Bruce Irvin: A Player To Watch

    When West Virginia signed Bruce Irvin, a junior college All-American, to a national letter of intent, Coach Bill Stewart believed he may have signed a recruit who could take the Mountaineer defense to the next level...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 4 years ago 3,096 reads 8 comments

  3. West Virgina Football: Game Thirteen Has the Toughest Opponent on Schedule

    When some of you read this, you will think I am talking about West Virginia’s potential bowl opponent. But you would be incorrect. The toughest opponent Coach Bill Stewart will face this year doesn’t show up on any schedule...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 4 years ago 1,388 reads 14 comments

  4. Major Harris of West Virginia Enters College Football Hall of Fame

    This past weekend, Major Harris, one of the greatest players in Mountaineer history, was forever enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame. For those of us who followed his remarkable football career, the memories are still bittersweet...

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  5. LeBron James to Miami Heat: Jesse Jackson Forces Racism into the Discussion

    Ever since the election of President Barack Obama, Jesse Jackson has been a man desperately in search of a cause to exploit. Apparently, with the departure of LeBron James from the Cleveland Cavaliers, Rev...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 4 years ago 523 reads 41 comments

  6. Mountaineer Memories: The Greatest Football Game in West Virginia History

    They are celebrating the 30th anniversary of Mountaineer Field at the West Virginia sports site, www.MSNSportsnet.com . One of the columnists is counting down the 30 most memorable games played there...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about 4 years ago 2,719 reads 8 comments

  7. Lesson Learned: Some Strange Truths, Some Embarrassing Facts

    As some of you might know, if you read my bio, I write Westerns in my spare time. While writing one of these stories, I killed a man’s horse when it was struck by a stray bullet...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 4 years ago 357 reads 4 comments

  8. West Virginia Football: A Strange Schedule, Some Strange Truths

    This year’s West Virginia football schedule is just about the strangest I ever remember. The Mountaineers finish off the season with three straight road games...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 4 years ago 1,456 reads 6 comments

  9. USC NCAA Sanctions: Pac 10 Conference Realignment Was a Trojan Horse

    If you wonder why the Pac 10 was the first conference to start the ball rolling on conference expansion, then you have only to look at the NCAA sanctions that were passed down the same day against USC...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 4 years ago 2,160 reads 21 comments

  10. Conference Expansion Reporting: Little More Than a Bad Crime Scene

    If you’re anything like me, you have to be increasingly frustrated with the endless reports of conference expansion rumors. Of course I understand the interest in these reports...

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  11. Conference Realignment: Why This West Virginia Fan Blames Pitt

    As a West Virginia football fan, it’s really not hard to come up with reasons for hating the University of Pittsburgh. However, with the recent rumors of conference raiding and realignments, it gives me even one more reason to despise the Panthers..

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 4 years ago 3,723 reads 82 comments

  12. West Virginia's Coley White: A Foot in the Door

    West Virginia University just completed their spring game, signifying the end of their spring football drills...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 4 years ago 1,465 reads 15 comments

  13. WVU and the Big East: Conference Expansion, When the Music Stops

    Like any other West Virginia football fan, I am greatly concerned what the expansion of other football conferences might mean to the Big East Conference in general, and the Mountaineers in particular...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 4 years ago 2,092 reads 64 comments

  14. West Virginia's Noel Devine: The Road To the Heisman

    Returning for his senior season, tailback Noel Devine is currently the fifth leading rusher in West Virginia history, trailing only Avon Cobourne, Pat White, Amos Zereoue, and Steve Slaton...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 4 years ago 1,583 reads 18 comments

  15. The NCAA Witch Hunt for Coach Rich Rodriguez Continues

    Let’s be clear about one thing: I despise Rich Rodriguez. I will not go into the specifics, except to say that I could easily write two or three columns on the man’s total lack of character...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 4 years ago 2,121 reads 69 comments

  16. It's Springtime and Football Returns to West Virginia

    This is spring, when a young man’s fancy turns to... And no, it isn’t love. Now that the West Virginia Mountaineers have ended their spectacular Final Four run for an ...

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  17. West Virginia Basketball: 80 Minutes To Glory

    Now that the West Virginia basketball team is in the Final Four, Mountaineer fans are experiencing a golden moment in time, a wave of euphoria and pride for which most of them are relatively unfamiliar...

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  18. With Any Luck, West Virginia's New AD Will Be Named "Oliver"

    With Ed Pastilong stepping down from his job as athletic director, West Virginia University has just begun its search for someone to replace him in the position...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 4 years ago 774 reads 9 comments

  19. Legacy: The Departure Of West Virginia Athletic Director Ed Pastilong

    In June of this year, West Virginia Athletic Director Ed Pastilong will be stepping down from his job, a position that he has held for over 20 years (and I will be saying more about this story in the months to come...

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  20. Noel Devine: The Final Chapter of a West Virginia Legend

    On National Letter of Intent Day, West Virginia brought a number of outstanding players into the program. However, as important as that was to the Mountaineers’ future, its significance ...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about over 4 years ago 918 reads 7 comments

  21. Colt McCoy's Disappointment: Flashback To Another Era

    Despite many challenges and obstacles, a young, veteran college football quarterback led his team through an undefeated season. Then he found himself confronted with the biggest game of his amateur football career...

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  22. What the Urban Meyer Soap Opera Might Mean to West Virginia Football

    It is still hard to tell what the final impact on West Virginia recruiting will be following the departure of John “Doc” Holliday...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about almost 5 years ago 2,382 reads 25 comments

  23. Coach Bobby Bowden's Final Reunion with West Virginia Comes in 2010 Gator Bowl

    When West Virginia and Florida State play in this year’s Gator Bowl, it will be a reunion of sorts for Seminoles' head coach Bobby Bowden. Bowden coached six seasons at West Virginia in the early- to mid-1970s...

    RG Yoho Written by RG Yoho about almost 5 years ago 1,070 reads 6 comments

  24. West Virginia's John Holliday: The New Marshal at Marshall

    When John “Doc” Holliday returned to West Virginia to join Coach Bill Stewart’s staff, many assumed that he would be the next head coach when Stewart eventually stepped down...

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  25. RIP: Cincinnati Bengal Chris Henry

    It was announced today that Cincinnati Bengal and former West Virginia Mountaineer receiver, Chris Henry, has passed away from injuries he suffered yesterday in a tragic accident...

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