It probably didn't take Nick Saban long to start thinking about a third consecutive BCS Championship. If Alabama does pull off the legacy-defining accomplishment, the Crimson Tide will also claim the final BCS crown. Starting with the 2014 season, the 125 Division I football teams will try to win a national championship through a Final […]
http://youtube.com/watch?v=n7ToDi9WSHQ Not every NFL team is looking to draft a franchise quarterback in the 2013 draft, but those that are had to be impressed with what the saw from West Virginia's Geno Smith at Thursday's Pro Day in Morgantown. He completed 60-of-64 passes and displayed the zip, accuracy and footwork that is needed to succeed […]
WVU Football, WVU Basketball, News – Mountaineer Sports Pat White, West Virginia's former superstar quarterback, was very humble while speaking with the media Thursday. He was given a chance to show he can still play football for the NFL scouts who wanted to watch him after WVU's Pro Day in Morgantown. He says he'll […]
Like I needed another reason to despise everything Virginia Tech, but then the Hokies go and make a Harlem Shake video. And can someone tell what the hell is Frank Beamer doing?
It has been a good day for WVU recruiting.
Heather Cox was trying to interview Stanford coach David Shaw following a Rose Bowl victory, when she was denied by bowl officials. Her frustration boiled over and you can hear her saying, "Are you kidding me?" Hey Heather, that's how every West Virginia fan felt this season and even more so after the New […]
Syracuse Orange vs. West Virginia Mountaineers Dec. 29, 3:15 p.m., ESPN Yankee Stadium (Bronx, N.Y.) Line: WVU -3.5 For those of you not aware of the West Virginia-Syracuse rivalry, the two used to play for the Ben Schwartzwalder Trophy when both programs were part of the Big East. The Orange have said they won’t put […]
WVU fans are well aware of the Syracuse football program and what to expect in the Dec. 29 Pinstripe Bowl. But it's still a good idea to learn as much as we can before the showdown in NYC.
The Gildan New Mexico Bowl didn't have a great audience, and I'm sure the TV audience wasn't much better, but what a way to get the bowl season going. Not only did Arizona rally from 17 points down in the fourth quarter to win 49-48, but down 21-7 in the first quarter nose tackle Tevin […]
In that time between the regular season concluding and the start of the bowl season can feel like three months. Well, that time is almost up and Phil and Tom look at some of the early bowl games. It's also the time of year where we have coaches being hired all over the place, including […]
It has been awhile since we’ve seen Geno Smith smile — probably since Oct. 6 when he was enjoying a West Virginia win in Austin against Texas. After the Mountaineers ended a five-game losing skid and finally became bowl eligible by holding off Iowa State in Ames 31-24 on Friday, Smith was able to crack […]
Dana Holgorsen has a little bit of an anger management issue. However, if you were sitting next to me during the Oklahoma game you probably think the coach is kind of mild mannered.
At least Dana Holgorsen appears as dejected as I do after watching four consecutive losses.
Phil and Tom are back with another exciting episode of Eye And Eer: College Football Podcast. We do our recaps of last week’s games (Ohio State wins a nailbiter against Purdue, while WVU craps itself again). We also look at this week’s big games, including Ohio State at Penn State and Mississippi State at Alabama. […]
It’s been a busy week around the offices of EyeAndEer, but we found some time to do a quick podcast for all of our fans. We touch on the normal topics: WVU, Ohio State and the best games of the weekend (which includes K-State coming to Morgantown). Enjoy.