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Pay close attention when WVU’s Huggins complains of travel

Pay close attention when WVU’s Huggins complains of travel

On Monday, a picture appeared on Twitter from the WVU men’s basketball account. It was of the Swiftair charter plane that was transporting the Mountaineers from Clarksburg to Lubbock for the Texas Tech game. The thought of jumping aboard might’ve seemed fun to WVU fans. But the travel most certainly does not appeal to one… Continue Reading

It’s time for WVU’s basketball team to exhibit some fire

It’s time for WVU’s basketball team to exhibit some fire

It’s difficult to criticize the WVU men’s basketball team. At least, if you’re fair-minded. The Mountaineers, after all, are ranked No. 17 in the Associated Press poll and No. 18 in the coaches’ poll. They are 11-5 and defeated No. 13 Texas Tech last Monday before falling to Florida. Not a bad deal if you’re… Continue Reading

Some good memories — yes, good — from this awful 2020

Some good memories — yes, good — from this awful 2020

I’m one of those annoying people who tend to see that proverbial glass as half full. (Perhaps it’s because when the beverage is getting low, I just order another. Voila!) Of course, 2020 has made doing so difficult. Finding good among the lives and jobs lost from Covid-19, the loss of contact with family and… Continue Reading

A spark to vote like I’m a college student

A spark to vote like I’m a college student

One of my duties at Wheelhouse Creative is to edit. (Imagine that.) And some of the copy I see inspires me. Like a blog that will be posted on our parent company’s (https://bordaslaw.com) website in the near future. The blog by attorney Shawn Fluharty deals with voting and youth. It’s very good. Look for it… Continue Reading

A deep dive into why sports fans are watching fewer games

A deep dive into why sports fans are watching fewer games

When I saw the release from WVU on Oct. 12, my eyebrows raised a little. The Mountaineer athletic department is allowing 25 percent of capacity into Milan Puskar Stadium for the Kansas game. Season ticket holders had the first opportunity to snag those tickets. Yet the department then had to offer tickets to the general… Continue Reading

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