Mountaineers take on No. 18 Kansas State today

That West Virginia began its Friday practice with players taking hard charges, diving for errant basketballs and running the court — all in the same drill — should not be taken as unusual.

After winning their first Big 12 game Wednesday night in overtime at Texas by doing exactly those kinds of things, the Mountaineers have perhaps found the one thing that gives them the best chance for success from here on out — grittiness and hustle.

Full Article at: The Charleston Gazette

Also from the Charleston Gazette:
WVU QB coach leaves for Texas A&M job

They’re going to need name tags in the West Virginia quarterbacks meeting room by the time spring drills begin.

Not only is three-year starting quarterback Geno Smith gone, now so too is quarterbacks coach Jake Spavital.

Spavital, whose young coaching career has been joined at the hip with WVU head coach Dana Holgorsen, is going to Texas A&M to become the quarterbacks coach and offensive co-coordinator.

Full Article at: The Charleston Gazette

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