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Cup up for grabs

September 5, 2013 The Solheim Cup: Let’s not talk about those results. The Presidents Cup: At least the United States has a shot. As for the City Cup: This is an event both Parkersburg golf programs can relate to. more »»

History: WVU can win

September 4, 2013 With the odds makers listing Oklahoma as a 19-point favorite for Saturday’s 7 p.. more »»

Golf will miss Bill Campbell

September 3, 2013 Golf has witnessed many players with character, ability and mental toughness. One legendary Mountain State golfer possessed all three —William Campbell. Campbell died at his home in Lewisburg, W.V. more »»

WVU’s plan a mystery

September 2, 2013 If the plan going into Saturday’s season opener against William and Mary was to show its future opponents nothing, then West Virginia University head football coach Dana Holgorsen and his staff did ... more »»

FCS team proves a bigger challenge than WVU expects

September 2, 2013 The 2013 college football season opened in Morgantown Saturday with an entertaining 24-17 game between two evenly matched teams decided in the waning minutes. Whoa. Hold on. more »»

Some WVU questions answered

September 1, 2013 Like so many Mountaineer fans on Saturday, I made the trek to Milan Puskar Stadium with the hopes of discovering some answers to questions that had lingered over the program since last year’s 7-6... more »»

Time for football

August 29, 2013 In my opinion, the only thing that beats the opening weekend of high school football is the start of Major League Baseball season. more »»

Don’t pay college athletes

August 28, 2013 Discovering that you are going to be a grandparent for the very first time is, to coin an often overused term—priceless. more »»

NASCAR rumors flowing

August 27, 2013 The winds are blowing around many rumors and facts in the NASCAR garage area these days. Here are a few that has peaked my interest. more »»

Best time of year for sports

August 26, 2013 I can’t think of a better time of the year to be a sports fan. High school football makes its debut this week. more »»

Look for a 7-5 season

August 26, 2013 EDITOR’S NOTE: Parkersburg attorney Blaine Myers begins his 26th season as a Monday Morning Quarterback for West Virginia University’s football season. Expectations can be misleadin. more »»

Negative review of WVU

August 25, 2013 In last Sunday’s column, I predicted West Virginia University’s 2013 football season would finish with a record of 5-7 and thus would end its streak of having appeared in a bowl game each of the las... more »»

Back to the roots for WVU

August 24, 2013 After West Virginia University’s baffling 2012 campaign, head coach Dana Holgorsen is probably asking himself what he needs to do to get his program back on track. more »»

Glenville heads to Spencer

August 23, 2013 I’ve been to a lot of football camps in the past couple of weeks. I’ve also talked with a lot of coaches and a large contingent of football players from places like Spencer, Elizabeth, Mt. more »»

Keep soccer 'homey'

August 22, 2013 I would venture to guess, Coach Ted Lasso of the Tottenham Hotspurs has a better handle on the Premier League than most Americans. more »»

Things amiss with athlete

August 21, 2013 An aspiring athlete not permitted to compete in Paralympic World Swimming Championships because she may be able to walk again is a travest. more »»

Starters unclear at WVU

August 20, 2013 With the beginning of classes on Monday, the preseason is over for third-year head coach Dana Holgorsen and his Mountaineers as they look to rebound from a 7-6 mark and the loss of the team’s three... more »»

Baseball races are exciting

August 19, 2013 Virtually every sports editor who wrote a column for their Sunday edition—present company included —focused on football, a sport in which not a single meaningful game has yet to be played (unless yo... more »»

Counting down to kickoff

August 18, 2013 Eleven days away. Come Thursday, Aug. 29, college football will get under way with 17 games taking place, including an early season showdown between North Carolina and South Carolina. more »»

Seckman’s size speaks volumes for Magnolia

August 16, 2013 Having a buddy like Cole Seckman has its benefits. First of all, he’s probably the smartest student at Magnolia High School. He has never received a report card with any letter other than an ‘. more »»

 
 

 

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