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Big Red Players Will Be Dominating Your Television

June 17, 2012 WHEELING — Believe it or not, college football season is but 75 days away. That’s good news for Ohio Valley fans who will no doubt be tuning in regularly to every game possible. more »»

Breen Is Returning All-Stater

June 17, 2012 CHARLESTON — As Nitro coach Steve Pritchard walked out to the field following the seventh inning of the Class AAA semifinals against Fairmont Senior, he did so with the intentions of congratulating... more »»

Expectations Are High For Mountaineers

June 16, 2012 MORGANTOWN — There’s little use arguing the idea that West Virginia isn’t about to embark on its most anticipated football season in history. more »»

New Rules Endorsed By Big 12

June 15, 2012 It isn’t every day that coaches like new rules instituted by the NCAA, but this is one of them. more »»

Elliott: WVU Is Primed To ‘Fight’

June 14, 2012 MORGANTOWN — While the offensive skill guys and the back end of the defense are working on 7-on-7 drills during the summer, the linemen at West Virginia have found a different way to work their craft. more »»

ELLIOTT: Huggs Giddy About Future

June 12, 2012 WHEELING — If you saw the way last season ended and you’re uneasy about West Virginia’s men’s basketball prospects for 2012-13, you’re not on the same page as head coach Bob Huggins. more »»

RINE: Nailers Lease Ongoing Project

May 23, 2012 WHEELING — At the announcement of the change of Wheeling Nailers ownership it was revealed that the team and WesBanco Arena, most notably Executive Director Denny Magruder, had at least agreed upon... more »»

Stewart Was One of a Kind

May 22, 2012 Bill Stewart always said life, on and off the field, was about people, about becoming successful, about helping others to feel that way each and every day. That’s the way he lived. more »»

RINE: Third Annual Linsky Classic is Approaching

May 20, 2012 GLEN DALE — Walking into the office of a coach who has been at his craft for 20-plus years as a beginner in the sports writing business can be quite unnerving. more »»

How About A Little Bit Of Respect?

May 15, 2012 WHEELING — Ever been caught by one of your children doing something you have specifically, and repeatedly, told them not to do? Scrambling to find a response but struggling mightily, the only thing... more »»

Lambie, Nogay Excelling in More Than Just Sports

May 6, 2012 WHEELING — Some good news came across the desk involving the West Virginia Golf Foundation and Moundsville’s Eli Lambie, who it seems is every bit as comfortable in the class room as he is reading a... more »»

WVU Wants You In Stands

May 4, 2012 WHEELING — During the monthlong WVU Coaches Caravan, the school’s coaches and athletic officials travel to nearly every nook and cranny in the state in an effort to drum up support for the next... more »»

RINE: Brooks Brothers Did Right by OV

April 15, 2012 WHEELING — As the Wheeling Nailers membership (that’s the term the ECHL would like us to use) prepares to go forward under the guidance of The Hockey Club of the Ohio Valley, we must first look bac. more »»

Dahlberg: Mickelson Gave This One Away

April 9, 2012 AUGUSTA, Ga. — The hugs with his family took place on the clubhouse lawn, not the 18th green. That was occupied, and by this time there was nothing Phil Mickelson could do about i. more »»

Augusta Stuck In A Time Warp

April 5, 2012 AUGUSTA, Ga. — Gary Player was camped out under the big oak tree behind the clubhouse, signing autographs and posing for pictures, as he did 50 years ago. more »»

Rine: Playoffs are Business as Usual for Killeen

April 3, 2012 WHEELING — Patrick Killeen swears tonight will be just like any other. more »»

RINE: It’s All About Attitude for Nailers’ Roberts

April 1, 2012 WHEELING — The Hockey Club of the Ohio Valley hasn’t taken over ownership of the Wheeling Nailers, and won’t until this season comes to an end. more »»

Kansas, Kentucky Will Play for Crown

April 1, 2012 By NANCY ARMOUR AP National Writer NEW ORLEANS — Kentucky owns the Bluegrass State. more »»

Roberts Took Saving the Nailers Personally

March 28, 2012 WHEELING — This was personal for Tim Roberts. more »»

Rine: Season Was One to Remember

March 22, 2012 HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. — Quite obviously things didn’t work out the way West Liberty planned on Wednesday at the Bank of Kentucky Center. more »»

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