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West Virginia Mountaineers Football 2015 News and Updates
6/26/15 - The West Virginia Mountaineers football team has always held a strong offense. It has never been a problem for them, and this year does not look to be an exception. It is their defense that has fans worried. For the past three years, the Mountaineers have intended to fix their defense problems, but each year, they rank below average defensively. Although they fall on the low end of the spectrum for defense, they actually rank in sixth place among the Big 12, which is where it matters most. While it would be hugely beneficial to put together a defensive team that could hold their opponents down a little better, the Mountaineers have managed in the past, and they very well could hold their own again this year.
10/31/14 - Although your Mountaineers lost an absolute heartbreaker at home against TCU on Saturday, they remain in the thick of the Big 12 title hunt. Coach Dana Holgorsen and his West Virginia Mountaineers Football team have finally broken through in their third year in the Big 12, notching a victory against #4 Baylor that vaulted them into Big 12 title contention. QB Clint Trickett, WR Kevin White and the rest of the Mountaineers are still alive in the Big 12 title hunt, and with a remaining home tilt against conference leading #9 Kansas State, West Virginia’s first Big 12 title is still a real possibility. Come out to Mountaineer Field in Morgantown to cheer West Virginia to victory against the Wildcats. Razorgator has the very best seats, starting at just $43.
9/17/14 - The West Virginia Mountaineers have opened up their 2014 season with a 2-1 record, looking to improve with their upcoming home game. The Mountaineers are pitted against the Oklahoma Sooners this Saturday, and experts have hinted at an upset alert—after all, QB Clint Trickett is leads the nation’s top 5 passing offense, having thrown for over 400 yards per game. See if this Big 12 team can cover the spread with West Virginia Mountaineers Football tickets this Saturday! Get into Mountaineer Field in Morgantown for as little as $89 (9/20).
8/6/14 – Win. Trust. Finish. That’s the motto players and coaches from the West Virginia Mountaineers Football program are standing by in 2014. The team will soon have to focus on starting their campaign first, with their season opener slated to kick off Aug. 30 in Atlanta. The Mountaineers will get things going on an incline, beginning their 2014 schedule against the Alabama Crimson Tide. Alabama vs. West Virginia tickets have notably dropped in price in less than a fortnight: the get-in value two weeks ago was at $122, but now you can get into the Georgia Dome for as low as $88 on Saturday (8/30).
6/26/14 - It’s official Mountaineers, Clint Trickett will be your starting quarterback this year! Coach Dana Holgorsen announced Tuesday that the Florida State transfer, who impressed everyone in last year's upset win over Oklahoma State, has won the job in his senior season. Despite sitting out the first four games, Trickett finished with 1,605 yards, seven touchdowns and won the race for WVU QB. Now, the young buck is recovered from offseason shoulder surgery and will lead the team when West Virginia opens the season against Alabama. Get West Virginia Mountaineers tickets to see your senior starter in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. WVU Mountaineers Football tickets for this Aug 30 game offer a $122 minimum.
6/16/14 – Offensive mastermind Dana Holgorsen has a big year ahead of him. There are high expectations for West Virginia Mountaineers Football to succeed, with nowhere to go but up from last year's rock-bottom defense and habitually faulty offense. According to Holgorsen, the 2014 Mountaineers squad is the deepest and most complete team he’s had in his years of coaching at WVU, especially at running back. Projected quarterback Clint Trickett is at the front of the line for WVU”s options under center, even after offseason shoulder surgery. Will he be at to 100% in time to take West Virginia to the Big 12 summit? Things are certainly looking up for WVU, buy your Mountaineers football tickets now and be there when the team bounces back!
6/5/14 – Senior Day in Morgantown will be televised by Fox Sports 1. The Thursday showdown between the Mountaineers and Wildcats Nov. 20 at Milan Puskar Stadium is averaging $102. With West Virginia Mountaineers tickets to the televised game, you’ll watch WVU go for their first win against K-State since joining the Big 12. The last time the Wildcats were in Morgantown, they won 55-12 (35-12 last year). Other than the season opener in West Virginia vs. the Towson Tigers (avg. $83), Senior Day is the cheapest game to attend on the Mountaineers schedule.
5/20/14 – We’re 100 days out and Mountaineer fans are gearing up for the 2014 Chick-fil-A kickoff game in Atlanta. If you’re headed to the Georgia Dome, enjoy Labor Day weekend will fellows at alumni-sponsored activities like Thursday’s kick-off party at Laseter’s Tavern, Friday night at Park Tavern, and game day with The Mountaineer Pregame Fest. Looking for West Virginia vs. Alabama tickets? Look no further, Razorgator has yours with options from $161. The most expensive game on the West Virginia Mountaineers football schedule will be played against the Oklahoma Sooners at Mountaineer Field averaging $197, $78 more than the Mountaineers season cost. Cheap WVU tickets are available for conference games against Kansas (avg. $103), K-State (avg. $103), and TCU (avg. $107).
4/22/14 – With West Virginia Mountaineers football tickets, fans will be treated to some big-time BIG 12 Conference play as Oklahoma, Kansas, Baylor, TCU, and K-State will visit Mountaineer Field this fall. New DC Tony Gibson will look to improve the WVU defense that ranked 99th in the FBS in scoring defense and 101st in total defense. One back who is sure to make an impact is Daryl Worley; the sophomore proved to be a playmaker in the Gold and Blue Spring Game and has made significant improvements in the last two years. Mario Alford was the star of the evening, returning the opening kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown. Just four more months until the season takes off, find out who will get the starting quarterback role with WVU tickets today!
2/4/14 - The West Virginia Mountaineers ended last year’s roller coaster season with a 4-8 record (2-7 Big 12), characterized as a team struggling to replace spectacular talents Geno Smith, Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin. The offense never recovered and the defense plummeted: WVU lost their final two games, which cost them a bowl appearance. The quarterback situation was looking brighter, though recently suffered a major setback: Ford Childress was suspended by head coach Dana Holgorsen for unknown reasons and Clint Trinkett is still rehabbing a torn labrum. The most notable Mountaineer to enter this year’s NFL Draft is RB Charles Sims, top pick from WVU and one of the top RB prospects in the nation. There are currently 14 commits, headed by four-star players QB William Crest, athlete Dravon Henry (No.11 athlete in the nation and a possible safety fit), RB Donte Thomas-Williams, WR Jacob McCrary and WR Lamar Parker. If WVU lands these key impact players, expect big things from the Mountaineers in 2014!
Since moving to the Big XII conference for the 2012 season, the West Virginia Mountaineers have struggled to find the same levels of success they had while a longtime member of the Big East Conference. Head coach Dana Holgorsen took over the Mountaineers in the team’s last season in the Big East and led them to a 10-3 record and a shocking, blowout Orange Bowl win over Clemson, the last major bowl game the team has played. 2014 will see five of WVU’s six home games be played against conference opponents, including Oklahoma, Baylor, Texas Christian and Kansas State.
11/5/13- The West Virginia Mountaineers are 4-5 at this point in the season, and are coming up to a big game against the Texas Longhorns this Saturday; can the boys pull off an upset victory without giving up another early lead? Tickets are as low as $79 and as high as $340. Unfortunately the team has had to dismiss receiver Ronald Carswell after their last win over TCU for unspecified violations, but they are confident in their upcoming task: the Mountaineers need just two wins in the next three games for bowl eligibility. First up is Texas, then a road trip to Kansas and back home to face Iowa State. Not since 2001 has West Virginia not been part of a bowl game, watch them on the hunt for their 12th straight bid!
In the Mountaineers first year as a member of the Big 12 Conference, West Virginia had a disappointing season, finishing 7-6 and losing in the Pinstripe Bowl to Syracuse. With a difficult Big 12 schedule and many important playmakers departed, the Mountaineers will once again fight to reach bowl eligibility. Top quarterback Geno Smith and dynamic receiver Tavon Austin will now play on Sundays, so Coach Dana Holgorsen will be forced to adapt his high-powered offense to some new faces. Holgorsen also hopes that more experience will lead to an improved defense, which was one of the worst in the country last year. Average price for Mountaineers football tickets this season is $115, 33rd highest in the NCAA and sixth in the Big 12.
The WVU football season opens on 8/31 with a home game against FCS opponent William & Mary, which is averaging $67. The most expensive game at Mountaineer Field this season comes on 11/9 against the Texas Longhorns, with an average Texas vs. West Virginia football tickets price of $209. The 2013 Mountaineers football schedule features some tough tests on the road. WVU travels to play defending Big 12 co-champions Oklahoma Sooners and Kansas State Wildcats. Sooners vs. Mountaineers tickets for the 9/7 game in Norman average $180, while Kansas State vs. WVU tickets for the 10/26 game in Lawrence are $111. WVU football fans looking to save money should attend the 9/14 game against Georgia State. Cheap West Virginia football tickets for the game are averaging just $59 — it's the least expensive Mountaineer home game in 2013.