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The Signal Who?

The Signal Caller Who?

So who is this Sig­nal Caller guy any­way? Jed Drenning - Former Quarterback - Former Offen­sive Coordinat



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The Great Debate: Who is the greatest signal caller WVU has ever produced? (For Ben Kercheval's complete article on this topic, check out pg. 91 in this year's magazine!)
Pat White (10,529 total yards & 4 bowl wins)
Major Harris (Led WVU to Natn'l title game appearance; 2-time Heisman finalist)
Geno Smith (Orange Bowl champ; WVU's all-time leading passer)
Jeff Hostetler (18-6 at WVU; Super Bowl Champ)
Marc Bulger (Set 25 WVU school records; fastest in NFL history to 1,000 completions)

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Orange You Glad We Won

Orange You Glad We Won

Here are a few quick snapshots of what it was like at the Orange Bowl and Sun Life Stadium in Miami, as the Mountaineers pounded the Tigers 70-33.


One of the entry ways into the Fountainbleu Hotel on Miami Beach, which served as the team hotel for their stay.


Inside Sun Life Stadium in the club/box/press levels. 


View from the press box during that Wednesday afternoon.


An autographed jersey from the NFL's only undefeated team to also win a Super Bowl.  The 1972 Miami Dolphins.


The Mountaineers as they prepare to enter the field to the excited fan base that was vocal from the outset of the game.


Captains at midfield for the coin toss.


Tajh Boyd hands off in first quarter action.


Darwin Cook (25) isn't talking about his 99-yard fumble recovery for a TD; he's discussing his attempted decapitation of Obie the Orange Bowl mascot.



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