WVU’s Jennings Says WRs Possess ‘Variety’ | WVU Athletics
West Virginia University wide receiver Gary Jennings Jr. has been a pretty busy guy these days. Not only is he working hard getting prepared for his junior season at WVU, he’s also representing the Big 12 Conference as a member of the NCAA Division I Football Oversight Committee, a role he took on last November.
Confidence grows on rebuilt WVU offensive line | Charleston Gazette-Mail
Few others on the roster are more qualified than Colton McKivitz to talk about West Virginia’s offensive line in 2017, and that feels weird. Yet it’s a fact despite some seemingly restrictive realities.
Changes to transfer rules might not be good for WVU | Charleston Gazette-Mail
The NCAA’s Division I Council Transfer Group is trying to modernize the transfer process, a practice that’s morphed into an industry in recent years.
Campus Connection: Big 12 Media Day Lineup Set | WVU Athletics
The Big 12 sent out its schedule for this year’s media days in the Ford Center at The Star, the Dallas Cowboys’ 500,000-plus-square-foot indoor practice facility that also seats 12,000. West Virginia will attend the second day of the event and will be sending head coach Dana Holgorsen, senior safety Kyzir White, senior linebacker Al-Rasheed Benton, senior running back Justin Crawford and senior fullback Elijah Wellman to the festivities, according to the conference.
Lyons Announces 2017-18 Golf Slate | WVU Athletics
The West Virginia University golf team will host a pair of tournaments, take a trip to Hawaii and continue a long rivalry as part of the 2017-18 schedule, announced by Director of Athletics Shane Lyons on Friday.
West Virginia football shifts recruiting focus from Florida to Georgia | Charleston Gazette-Mail
When the offseason staff changes were finalized and the new coaches planned their scouting trips for the spring recruiting period, no one had circled South Florida on their maps. Once a focal point of West Virginia’s recruiting, the area quickly became more trouble than it was worth in recent years — fewer big plays on the field and more games being played on social media and with their “commitments.”
Asamoah details interest | The Exponent Telegram
Columbus, Ohio linebacker Brian Asamoah has no shortage of scholarship offers. The big impact linebacker from St. Francis DeSales High School has numerous offers across the nation, stretching from coast to coast. With such a huge number of schools in pursuit, landing him will be difficult, but West Virginia is one of several that has made an impression on the rising senior.