Nick Farrell, WBOY 12News

Nick Farrell

WBOY 12News

Morgantown, WV, United States

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  • WVNS 59News

Recent articles by Nick:

LISTEN: Brown says Mountaineers have “adapted” on road to 2020 opener

During this unprecedented preseason, Neal Brown said his coaching staff had two options: adapt or die. He doesn’t mean the latter in a literal sense — “in this game, dying is losing,” the second year head coach said — but he thinks the Mountaineers have adapted well enough that they’re in position for success now […] → Read More

BREAKING: WVU, Koenning mutually part ways

Vic Koenning is no longer the defensive coordinator for WVU football. In a statement Wednesday morning, WVU Athletics announced it has agreed to mutually part ways with Koenning, who was placed on administrative leave last month after safety Kerry Martin alleged that the coach made repeated insensitive remarks during practices and meetings. Koenning came to […] → Read More

You voted, the results are in: WV Illustrated unveils the All-Mountaineer Team

After two weeks of polls and more than 20,000 votes from fans, it’s time to reveal the All-Mountaineer Team. We asked Mountaineer Nation to help us create the best possible squad of WVU football greats. The final roster for the All-Mountaineer Team is listed below: Quarterback Pat White (2005-08): The only quarterback to start in […] → Read More

You voted, the results are in: WV Illustrated unveils the All-Mountaineer Team

After two weeks of polls and more than 20,000 votes from fans, it’s time to reveal the All-Mountaineer Team. We asked Mountaineer Nation to help us create the best possible squad of WVU football greats. The final roster for the All-Mountaineer Team is listed below: Quarterback Pat White (2005-08): The only quarterback to start in […] → Read More

LISTEN: Huggins, Kruger preview quarterfinals on Big 12 teleconference

When it comes to the Big 12 Tournament, WVU and Oklahoma have a history of playing tight games. In 2016 and 2019, matchups between the two programs were decided by replay reviews. Both times, those reviews favored the Mountaineers. This season, though, Oklahoma has given WVU fits, sweeping the Mountaineers in the regular season and […] → Read More

Where WVU hoops stands as March begins

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – For the first time since December, WVU men’s basketball is unranked in the AP poll. The Mountaineers received just 22 votes, ending a streak of 11 straight ranked weeks. At the same time, Big 12 foe Kansas is the unanimous No. 1 this week in the poll, which can be viewed here. West […] → Read More

WVU falls again in AP Top 25

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (WVI) – West Virginia checks in at No. 17 this week in the AP Top 25, down three spots from last week. The Mountaineers have lost three games in a row and were among several ranked teams that fell last week. Notably, Texas Tech dropped out of the poll once again after losing […] → Read More

Lowe announces intent to transfer

A West Virginia backup quarterback and baseball player plans to transfer after two years at WVU. Trey Lowe announced his decision to transfer Thursday on social media: A two-sport athlete, Lowe most notably appeared in West Virginia’s 2018 Camping World Bowl loss to Syracuse. He also logged nine rushing yards on one carry last season […] → Read More

Mountaineers drop in AP Top 25

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (WVI) – After a 1-1 week, WVU men’s basketball moved down one spot to No. 13 in the AP Top 25. West Virginia is again part of a trio of Big 12 teams appearing in the AP poll. The other two teams held steady in the ranking: Baylor is again the No. 1 […] → Read More

Mountaineers move back to No. 12 in AP poll

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (WVI) – WVU men’s basketball trended up this week in the AP Top 25. Following lopsided home wins over Texas and Missouri, the Mountaineers jumped to No. 12, up two spots from a week ago. West Virginia also climbed to No. 7 in the NCAA NET rankings. West Virginia is one of three […] → Read More

Pitts enters transfer portal

Another WVU football defensive back has entered the NCAA transfer portal. → Read More

WVU's Robinson enters transfer portal

A first-team All-Big 12 defensive back could be leaving WVU football. → Read More

Mountaineers to host NCAA Regional

For just the second time ever, WVU baseball will host an NCAA Regional. → Read More

Konate declares for NBA Draft

WVU forward Sagaba Konate has declared for the 2019 NBA Draft, according to WVU men's basketball. → Read More

Ferns announces he'll no longer play for WVU

West Virginia linebacker Brendan Ferns has announced that his football career is over. → Read More

Eads named 66th Mountaineer Mascot

Putnam County native Timmy Eads has been selected as West Virginia University’s 66th Mountaineer Mascot. → Read More

WVU announces football series with Alabama

WVU athletic director Shane Lyons promised some major news on Twitter Friday morning, and he followed through with the announcement that the Mouintaineers will begin playing a home-and-home football series with Alabama starting in 2026. → Read More

UPDATE: Brown officially named WVU head coach

One of the most promising young college football coaches in the nation is expected to be named the new head coach at West Virginia. → Read More

3 Mountaineers invited to NFL Combine

A trio of Mountaineers has been invited to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine. → Read More

Former Mountaineers win Super Bowl with Eagles

Four former Mountaineers are now Super Bowl champions. → Read More