Jim Justice was elected governor of West Virginia five months ago. Ever since, he’s been campaigning to oust Marshall football coach Doc Holliday in favor of his longtime friend and former Marshall coach Bobby Pruett, according to a report from the Charleston Gazette-Mail this week.
Marshall senior running back Steward Butler has been kicked off the football team after he was arrested and charged for an alleged gay-bashing incident.
Florida State stands alone as FBS's sole undefeated team after Marshall collapsed at home today in overtime to Western Kentucky, 67-66, thanks to a brilliant Hilltoppers touchdown pass and subsequent two-point conversion.
Marshall's undefeated, though you wouldn't know it by watching ESPN or listening to the college football playoff committee. You don't get to that kind of record without some luck, though, and that's what the Thundering Herd had on this play against UAB today when Rakeem Cato somehow escaped a sack, then threw a pass…
Three days from now, we'll get the first ever rankings from college football's playoff selection committee. No one's going to like them.
Less than a week after the Titans' Darius Reynaud started the NFL season with a safety on an opening kickoff, Marshall's Steward Butler gave us an even more derp-tuoso performance during a college game Saturday night.
The intrastate rivalry between West Virginia and Marshall has been nasty of late both on the football field and basketball court, and the annual Capital Classic game (featuring a massive, full-court logo from "Friends of Coal") turned ugly again tonight in Charleston as the Herd's Robert Goff delivered a boot to…
Marshall student writes that the school should stop commemorating the 1970 plane crash. Reaction follows as expected.
Louie Helmburg is a sophomore, and the backup catcher for the Marshall Thundering Herd. He hit .226 last year, with three RBI and four runs scored, and missed part of the season when he fell off a deck at the ATO house after one of the brothers fired a bottle rocket out of his ass.
We bought you this segment of drunk Florida International fans at the Beef 'O'Brady's St. Petersburg Bowl earlier this week, and it resulted in quite a few nasty emails my way from FIU folks, featuring phrases like:
Last night, in Huntington, W.Va., the Marshall football team hosted a Women's Clinic, meant, apparently, to explain to feeble minded babymakers the basic concepts of football so that they will understand when to leave the room, when to leave the house and when to just bring more beer. It's not easy to keep a husband…
As Every Day Should Be Saturday put it, this is a story that's best read while listening to the "Benny Hill Show" music.
From the ever-resourceful Wizard of Odds comes this tip about some collegiate football chicanery. At a Marshall University spring football practice this week, there was a commotion in the stands, as a Marshall official took off running after a spectator who had been sitting there by himself taking notes.