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2019 Schedule
8-4, 3rd in Big 12
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35dJake Trotter

Source: Ex-Sooners QB Kendall commits to WVU

Former Oklahoma quarterback Austin Kendall has committed to West Virginia and is enrolling there to participate in spring ball with the Mountaineers, a source told ESPN.

35d

Campus Conversation: Hurts To OU, Transfer News, CFP Committee Latest

Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel & Adam Rittenberg talk about Jalen Hurts' decision to transfer to OU (1:47), other transfers around the sport (16:40), more turnover on the Alabama coaching staff (19:15), the newest CFP selection committee members (23:48) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (27:15) & Extra Points (35:53).

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36dJake Trotter

Sources: Sooners to OK Kendall transfer to WVU

Oklahoma, after initially blocking quarterback Austin Kendall from transferring to West Virginia, will allow the graduate student to play for the Mountaineers next season, sources say.

Kendall's transfer to WVU hitting a snag (0:47)
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48dMark Schlabach

West Virginia hires Troy's Brown as new coach

Neal Brown, who is one of only six FBS coaches with 10 victories in each of the past three seasons, has been hired as the new football coach at West Virginia.

Herbstreit: Holgorsen to Houston 'a huge coup for the AAC' (0:52)
Why does Holgorsen want to leave WVU for Houston? (1:41)
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52dSam Khan Jr.

Source: Houston set to hire WVU's Holgorsen

West Virginia football coach Dana Holgorsen is finalizing a deal with Houston to become the Cougars' new coach, a source told ESPN's Sam Khan Jr. The deal could be announced as early as Tuesday.

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52dJake Trotter

Source: Houston asks to interview Holgorsen

With Dana Holgorsen's buyout dropping to $1 million on Tuesday, Houston has asked to interview the West Virginia coach for its vacancy, a source told ESPN.

Syracuse's late surge seals Camping World Bowl win over WVU (2:33)
Syracuse's must-see sequence leads to TD (1:22)
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Syracuse tops West Virginia in Camping World Bowl, 34-18

Abdul Adams and Trishton Jackson made their Syracuse debuts memorable, combining to score three touchdowns and helping the 17th-ranked Orange secure their first 10-win season since 2001 by topping No. 15 West Virginia 34-18 in the Camping World Bowl...

Babers on 10-win season: Twice as good as a 9-win season (1:05)
WVU QB Allison picked off on dropped pass (0:36)
WVU's Robinson ejected for late hit on Harris' head (1:04)
Dungey's back-shoulder ball on the money for TD (0:39)
Syracuse DT leads charge on Adams' 2nd TD (0:26)
WVU's McKoy cashes in on wildcat TD (0:27)
Dungey's errant pass is picked in Syracuse territory (0:36)
Syracuse QB Dungey's heave sets up rush TD (0:53)

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