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The more you watch college sports, the less you know, or so it seems.

Take West Virginia’s 4 p.m. game today at TCU.

This was supposed to be a walk in the park for the resurgent Mountaineers, a team that seems to be discovering its identity, that is shooing better and has put together its first two-game winning streak since mid-December.

Full Article at: TimesWV

Also from TimesWV:
Huggins set to hit milestone

Bob Huggins says he was feeling pretty good the other day.

Why not? His basketball team had won two straight games for the first time since December, Deniz Kilicli had begun playing the game the way he knew he could, baskets were starting to fall with regularity.

And physically he was even beginning to feel good.

Full Article at: TimesWV

Strong bond brings Hyman WVU’s way

This is the nice side of recruiting, although you probably won’t hear that at East Carolina, for they wound up losing out on a recruit they thought they had, a recruit that could have been a huge plus for their program.

But the nice side of recruiting really isn’t how schools and football teams benefit, for they are too impersonal, too bottom line, their objectives being tied more to selling jerseys and tickets than fulfilling lives.

No, this is the story of a coach and a player and a bond that grew between them. It is of one caring for the other, and of how done on the highest of scales recruiting doesn’t have to be the dirty con job that it all too often seems to be.

Full Article at: TimesWV

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