WVU notebook: Mountaineers finding shooting touch

All of a sudden, one of the worst shooting teams in America isn’t, well, one of the worst shooting teams in America.

OK, so it’s not exactly one of the best, but it’s doing a pretty good imitation.

On Saturday here in front of a smallish crowd (announced as 5,192, but not) at Daniel-Meyer Arena, West Virginia shot 51.2 percent from the floor. It was no hot-streak fluke, either. The Mountaineers shot 52.6 percent in the first half and 50 in the second in beating TCU 63-50.

Full Article at: The Charleston Gazette

Also from The Charleston Gazette:
Raese wants 2nd look at WVU media deal

Morgantown businessman John Raese has asked West Virginia University President Jim Clements to reconsider plans to award a lucrative media rights contract to IMG College and West Virginia Media Holdings.

Raese, who has run unsuccessfully for West Virginia governor and the U.S. Senate, fired off a letter Friday afternoon to Clements and state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, who recently set up a public-corruption unit.

“It’s a state contract, and there are questions about it,” said Bob Wynne, a lawyer for Raese-owned Greer Industries. “We believe the attorney general for the state of West Virginia should be informed.”

Full Article at: The Charleston Gazette

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