Paul Millard

West Virginia Mountaineers #14 - Quarterback

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 230
  • Seasons: SR

Thinking Out Loud: Should We Try For A Stacked Group?

While watching the Marshall Thundering Herd play the Eastern Kentucky Colonels in the opening weekend of college football, the announcer made a remark that made pause - the Thundering Herd had five...

Neal Brown Needs To Decide On A Quarterback Quickly

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With only one week left before game prep, Brown needs to decide who will line up behind center now

Where Does West Virginia Go From Here?

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The promise of "next year" is getting harder and harder to sell. Just where do the Mountaineers go next year following that bowl performance and knowing so many players are gone from this year.

The History Behind West Virginia’s Best Stadium Visual - The Gold Rush

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The best visual on tv is 60,000 fans wearing the Old Gold

West Virginia Football Schedule Preview: Toughest Games

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While trap games are potential hazards, these games are definite hazards.

West Virginia’s Ten Worst Losses Under Dana Holgorsen

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While there have been some tremendous highs under Dana, these are the ten lowest moments in his tenure as head coach.

Will Grier’s Eligibility Means the Hair Raid Will Continue

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It started the day Dana was hired. Now it continues with Will Grier.

It's Time to Give Skyler Howard His Due

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Howard's overachieving ways are usually what Mountaineer fans flock too, but the respect has been slow in coming. It's time to get on board.

Holgorsen Holds Pre-Spring Drills Presser

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Holgorsen presser, spring football primers, hoops notes, recruiting, WVUPros, Big 12 roundup & more.

Still Dwelling On Kansas Loss

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More Kansas fallout, Bria Holmes All Big 12, varsity notes, recruiting updates, WVUPros, Big 12 roundup & more.

Liberty Bowl Game Day Is Finally Here

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Liberty Bowl previews & features galore, Hoops notes, WVUPros updates, Big 12 roundup, today's bowl guide, tailgate prep & more.

The Mountaineer Retweet: WVU Gives It Away To TCU

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The price of relevance is that things matter. They really, really matter. And when you blow a winnable game against a top 10 team with GameDay in town in really, really hurts. But we suck it up and...