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FURFARI COLUMN: Carey builds strong legacy
Mike Carey, the most successful head coach in the history of West Virginia University women’s basketball program, has his team in the NCAA Tournament for the seventh time in his 12 years at the helm.
FURFARI COLUMN- Is WVU turmoil worst ever?
Anyone who reads daily newspapers or listens to the evening news should be well aware of the fact that there is — and has been — considerable turmoil athletically at West Virginia University.
FURFARI COLUMN- Last game caps entire season
The West Virginia men’s basketball team’s final game of the year seemed to size up the entire 2012-13 season very well.
FURFARI COLUMN- ‘Lester Rowe from Buffalo’ outstanding in early 1980s
Lester Rowe, in his second year as an assistant coach in the West Virginia University women’s basketball program, was an outstanding player as a Mountaineer in the early 1980s.
FURFARI COLUMN: Wilson loves his WVU football job
Quincy Wilson couldn’t be happier than he is in his job as assistant director of West Virginia University’s football operations.
The Weirton native was an outstanding running back for WVU in 1999-2001-2002-2003. He was honored as a team captain his senior season.
FURFARI COLUMN: Long skid might just end
The West Virginia University men’s basketball team would seem to have a very good chance of ending its six-game losing streak when it plays in the Big 12 Conference Tournament.
FURFARI- WVU Coliseum worth the cost
Did you know that it cost only $10 million to construct the West Virginia University’s Coliseum in 1970?
FURFARI COLUMN-WVU women faring better than men
The West Virginia University women’s basketball team leaves Friday for Dallas, Texas, hoping to make a strong showing in the Big 12 Conference Tournament.
FURFARI COLUMN- Dunning key to WVU success
Mike Carey, veteran head coach of the West Virginia women’s basketball team, couldn’t be happier to have Ayana Dunning as the center for three seasons.
FURFARI COLUMN: Solheim still here in W.Va.
Do you remember Brent Solheim, an outstanding forward/center on the West Virginia men’s basketball team in 1995-96-97-98?
Well, the 6-foot-8, 235-pound native of Rochester, Minn., likes it here so well that he’s still a resident of this area.
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