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West Virginia Coach Neal Brown Adapting to the Times

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First-year head coach Neal Brown is adapting to the challenges of virtual coaching and developing the relationships and culture of the program with ease during the Coronavirus. The 40-year old is new the face of the Mountaineers after being hired in early January. Previously, the offensive-minded coach spent six seasons …

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Tigers Bring Tough Defense To Missouri

As Ole Miss (3-3) prepares to take on Missouri (4-1), the Rebels find themselves in the way of the Tigers, a team operating at peak form. https://twitter.com/OleMissFB/status/1181298346163613697 Missouri head coach Barry Odom has improved the Tigers’ record for every season since taking over in 2016. Last year’s 8-4 season capped …

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Sweet Sixteen Field is Set

The round of 32 has concluded and March Madness continues to roll on with only sixteen teams remaining. Only Two 1-seeds Left After Virginia and Xavier suffered heartbreaking upsets, Kansas and Villanova are the two 1-seeds still standing in the sweet sixteen. Virginia became the first ever 1-seed to lose …

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CFB Preview: Big 12, Big 10 and Pac-12 Feature Big Matchups

Saturdays are for college football, and this weekend’s matchups prove it once again. Three matchups include battles between Top-25 teams. The games we’ll be previewing below are Washington-Utah (Pac-12), Nebraska-Wisconsin (Big 10), West Virginia-Oklahoma State (Big 12) and Michigan-Michigan State (Big 10). Washington-Utah  The Washington Huskies come into the game …

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