1. Gator Bowl: Two WVU Defensive Starters Will Not Play

    West Virginia starting safety, Nate Sowers and defensive lineman, Scooter Berry will miss the 2010 Gator bowl due to academic failure. According to fall semester grades released on Dec...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about almost 5 years ago 614 reads 3 comments

  2. Remembering Bengals' Wide Receiver Chris Henry: How Could We Forget?

    After sitting out his first season of college football, former West Virginia wide receiver, Chris Henry, began to live—as a football star—in 2003. Henry became a starter for Rich Rodriguez’ Mountaineers and didn’t stop there...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 813 reads 0 comments

  3. WVU "Coach In Waiting," Doc Holliday, Doesn't Wait

    Two years—to the day—following the departure of Rich Rodriguez to Michigan, West Virginia University has lost another great coach...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 1,453 reads 12 comments

  4. Farewell, Bobby Bowden...Farewell, Gator Bowl...Hello, History

    West Virginia and Florida State are tied at No. 3, for most appearances in college football’s Gator Bowl. FSU’s record is much better at 5-0-1, while WVU is 1-5 all-time...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 471 reads 4 comments

  5. Brian Kelly and Rich Rodriguez: Laying Foundations Or Setting Footers?

    Now that another Big East school has lost a coach that brought much success to the football program, it seems fitting to bring up the Rich Rodriguez name again—only because it relates...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 1,177 reads 0 comments

  6. How Long Before Al Groh Reports To Marshall Campus?

    With a great deal of class, Marshall University head football coach, Mark Snyder, has resigned.  When will the school announce the hiring of Al Groh? Though Groh was not as successful as he ...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 1,214 reads 0 comments

  7. West Virginia-Texas A&M: Devin Ebanks "I'm Back Baby, I'm Back"

    The Mountaineers of West Virginia played three games without starting forward Devin Ebanks. Ebanks is touted as the best player on the team, in many cases.  Well, on Friday, Ebanks finally got the call...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 239 reads 0 comments

  8. West Virginia-Pitt: Bad Calls, Bad Commentators, Bad News for the Panthers

    Unfortunately, it is quite impossible these days to complete a full college football game without a missed call or bad call from the officiating crew. It is also growing more common for ESPN commentators to not know what they are doing...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 1,164 reads 5 comments

  9. West Virginia vs. Pitt: Panther Fans Turn Down Tickets To The Backyard Brawl

    When the Mountaineers of West Virginia have needed it most, they didn’t get it.  However, whether it decides a berth in the National Championship game, a Big East title, or simply bragging ...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 1,016 reads 0 comments

  10. Finally No. 1: West Virginia Proud...Uh Er Not?

    The West Virginia Mountaineers have finally received the credit they deserve. Unfortunately, it’s not quite the look I was going for.   According to SI.Com —Sports Illustrated online—the fans in West Virginia have been voted No...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 543 reads 2 comments

  11. WVU vs. Cincinnati: Wanted A Good Home for Big East Officials

    First of all, I want to take nothing away from the Cincinnati Bearcats. I want to take nothing away from the WVU Mountaineers. However, I want to take everything away from the Big East officiating crew for the Friday night game in Cincinnati...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 1,305 reads 14 comments

  12. West Virginia vs. Cincinnati: Still Proud To Be a Mountaineer

    The Mountaineers of West Virginia put up quite a fight in their 21-24 loss to Cincinnati Friday night. Being a lifelong WVU fan, this kind of game really tears at the heartstrings...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 281 reads 0 comments

  13. College Football: Should the Mountaineers Win Out...

    With only three games left in the 2009-10 regular-season, the West Virginia Mountaineers have again entered the top 25 and still have BCS aspirations. The Mountaineers hold it all in their own hands...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 467 reads 1 comments

  14. The Best Part Of Waking Up: The Maxwell Award, Featuring Noel Devine

    No West Virginia Mountaineers player has ever received the coveted Maxwell Award for the best collegiate player of the year...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 326 reads 0 comments

  15. UConn: Welcome to Wild, Wonderful, Well-Mannered West Virginia--The Fans

    College football fans in West Virginia have always been "a house divided" when it comes to cheering on the state's only two FBS (Football Bowl Subdivsion) football teams...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 5 years ago 488 reads 0 comments

  16. West Virginia Football: Death and Departure

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    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about 6 years ago 322 reads 8 comments

  17. Racism in Sports: Right There in Black and White

    Taking a look at the over-all sports scene, many people may notice a slight odor of racial tension. We can look at the recent issue with New York Mets’ skipper, Willie Randolph...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about over 6 years ago 4,095 reads 0 comments

  18. Rich Rodriguez' Agent Admits Ties to Sports Gambling: What About the Pitt Game?

    In the never ending saga of uselessness, it is now known that Coach Rod's agent, Mike Brown, has ties to sports gambling. It seems that maybe Rod is controlled more by his agent than his "love" of football and/or money...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about over 6 years ago 2,610 reads 10 comments

  19. 2008 NFL Draft: Who Goes First, Darren McFadden or Brady Quinn?

    Last week, while scrolling the guide on my television, I saw the listing for the 2007 NFL Draft. Not realizing how benighted I had become in the college football off-season, I hurriedly pressed ...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about over 6 years ago 2,474 reads 2 comments

  20. MLB: The Standings April 9 2008

    2008 American League - StandingsEASTWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10 Baltimore61.857-5-11-04027Won 66-1Toronto44.5002.53-21-24332Lost 24-4NY Yankees45.44434-30-22538Lost 24-5Boston45.44431-13-43041Lost 14-5Tampa Bay35...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about over 6 years ago 359 reads 0 comments

  21. MLB: The Standings April 7 2008

    Major League Baseball standings for the afternoon of April 7, 2008.2008 American League - StandingsEASTWLPCTGBHOMEROADRSRASTRKL10 Baltimore41.800-4-10-02722Won 44-1Toronto42.667.53-01-23217Won 34-2Tampa Bay32...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about over 6 years ago 502 reads 2 comments

  22. Writer's Block: What to Do During Spring Sports?

    This is the time of the year when it becomes difficult to cover the world of sports. You see, I am a fan of college football. I can handle a little college hoops, if it relates to the Mountaineers of West Virginia...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about over 6 years ago 574 reads 1 comments

  23. MLB: Rounding Third and Heading For Home

    With a sold out, standing room only, Great American Ballpark, Cincinnati looked much like it would on any other “opening day” of baseball...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about over 6 years ago 730 reads 0 comments

  24. Bleacher Report: Why Read Anything Else?

    Dateline, December 16, 2007: Head football coach, Rich Rodriguez, announces he will leave WVU for the "bigger and better" University of Michigan...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about over 6 years ago 1,122 reads 12 comments

  25. Letter From an Editor: Try To Proof Read Your Articles a Little Better

    It seems my article, "Letter to the Editor's..." has drawn both criticism and favoritism. I expected both, when I wrote it.However, being an editor myself, I must say, there are some articles that need some major reworking...

    Scott Pauley Written by Scott Pauley about over 6 years ago 846 reads 14 comments