West Virginia Mountaineers

  • March 1,2019
  • Jeff Goodman, Stadium Basketball Insider

Who’s the Most Entertaining College Basketball Coach on the Sideline?

We’re going to unveil the first-ever Jimmy Patsos Award, which will be given to the most entertaining coach on the sideline. Remember, Patsos is the former Siena coach who will forever live in infamy for his invisible handshake after a game in 2017. “He was a rare breed,” one D-1 referee told me of Patsos. […]

  • February 18,2019
  • Andy Wittry

NCAA Tournament Bracket Scouting Daily: Virginia, Wisconsin & K-State

We’re officially less than a month away from Selection Sunday, and we’re about 2.5 weeks from the start of conference tournament play. That means time is running out for schools to climb onto the right side of the projected NCAA Tournament bubble, improve their projected seed or contend for a No. 1 seed. The latest […]

  • February 14,2019
  • Nate Jacobson

Predicting the 2019 Over/Under Win Totals for the Big 12

The Big 12 is the only conference in major college football that doesn’t have two divisions, so the conference’s 10 schools annually play each other once in a round robin format. The top two teams from the conference standings then meet in the Big 12 Championship. This leads to a very straight forward schedule analysis […]

  • January 21,2019
  • Andy Wittry

Previewing Kansas vs. Kentucky and the Rest of the 2019 Big 12/SEC Challenge

Non-conference play will resume, even if only for a day, on Saturday as the 2019 Big 12/SEC Challenge will pit 10 teams from each conference against each other in on-campus venues. While Kansas-Kentucky is the headlining matchup, it’s not the only game between top-25 teams. Here’s a preview of each Big 12/SEC Challenge matchup. Alabama […]

  • January 19,2019
  • Andy Wittry

Inside College Basketball: Duke and Wisconsin Knock off Last Remaining Unbeaten Teams

There are no more undefeated teams in Division I men’s college basketball. They’re all gone. Top-ranked Duke and unranked Wisconsin handed No. 4 Virginia and No. 2 Michigan their first losses of the season, respectively, in a pair of challenging road tests for the country’s last unbeaten teams. Two other top-10 teams fell in the […]

  • November 24,2018
  • Andy Wittry

Here’s Where the College Football Playoff Stands After a Wild Friday Night

One College Football Playoff contender saw its postseason dreams die on Friday night, while another kept its national championship hopes alive with a gutsy road win. Washington, ranked No. 16 in the latest playoff rankings, beat No. 8 Washington State 28-15 in Pullman, Washington, to clinch the Pac-12 North and hand the conference’s only remaining […]

  • November 20,2018
  • Nate Jacobson

College Football’s Best Bets & Storylines to Watch Out for in Week 13

Heading into this weekend’s college football action, there are multiple storylines and several lines that jump out at me for Week 13. Let’s close out the regular season with some smart bets. Week 13’s Betting Storylines to Watch The line in the Oklahoma-West Virginia matchup has moved all over the place A spot in the […]

  • November 20,2018
  • Brett McMurphy, Stadium College Football Insider

Brett McMurphy’s Heisman Ballot: Could Alabama’s Dominance Hurt Tua’s Chances?

Could Alabama’s dominance actually hurt quarterback Tua Tagovailoa’s Heisman chances? At least this week, yes. While Alabama is a 24-point favorite against rival Auburn in the Iron Bowl Saturday, Tagovailoa’s four biggest contenders all have more intriguing and compelling matchups that could bolster their standing with Heisman voters. Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray and West Virginia’s Will […]

  • November 15,2018
  • Brett McMurphy, Stadium College Football Insider

Brett McMurphy’s Heisman Ballot: Waiting for Tua to Come Back to Earth

Because there were no huge upsets last week, my Heisman ballot remains unchanged from a week ago. Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa – bad knee and all – is the still the overwhelming favorite to win the Heisman Trophy. Some Heisman voters have asked a valid question about Tagovailoa’s status as the consensus No. 1 choice: How […]

  • November 13,2018
  • Andy Wittry

The Big 12 Is Anyone’s Conference With Two Games Left

OK, maybe the Big 12 can’t be won by anyone (sorry, Kansas), but while the SEC Championship matchup is already set, as are half of the teams competing in the ACC and Big Ten championship games, the Big 12 title is fairly wide open. That’s because the conference doesn’t have two divisions and features a back-loaded […]

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