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My sister and I are watching a Mountaineer game with mom

My sister and I with the real WVU sports guru, our mom (otherwise known as Mountain Mama)

There are scores of websites and message boards that cover the latest in Mountaineer sports, so if that’s what you’re looking for, you’re not apt to find it here.

Sure, I’ll have posts about what a player’s injury could mean for the season or a general team-related story, but they’ll mostly be about my game experiences.

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