We've switched things up a little bit but we are officially live with episode nine of Press Break. You can find it everywhere that you listen to podcasts by searching The Juicebox Pod. We also have new video clips from the podcast that can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @SportShiftMedia. (0:35) Jake gives... Continue Reading →
Two very different games this week for West Virginia but the same result occurred with the Mountaineers winning both. Iowa State attempted to comeback in the second half but West Virginia held on 76-72. Saturday kicked off a six game slate against ranked opponents and the Mountaineers started it off with a 91-79 win. The... Continue Reading →
It is finally game week! Wednesday was supposed to be a full day of college basketball with 70 games over the course of the 24 hour day. With cancellations popping up left and right, we don't know how many games will actually be played. Like everything else this year, we will push through and enjoy... Continue Reading →
Marshall took a trip down to West Texas and put a Thundering Spanking on the Red Raiders of Texas Tech. It was a tale of two different philosophies as Tech aired the ball out and Marshall committed to the ground and pound. Last week was an abysmal week for Marshall quarterback Grant Wells. 2 of... Continue Reading →
The Mountaineers come back to Morgantown this week to take on the 16th ranked Kansas State Wildcats. West Virginia has won each of the last four meetings but this defense could give this offense some issues. The key will be West Virginia reducing the amount of turnovers and mental mistakes because Kansas State always shows... Continue Reading →
West Virginia travels to Lubbock for a matchup against the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Hank and Jake break down the Red Raider offense and defense and give some keys to WVU's road to victory. Tune in until the end to hear our score predictions for the game. Check us out here at SportShift Media or on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, and Twitch for some more great content coming your way. Shake and Bake.
Over the next month, players from across the country will be announcing whether they will opt out of the upcoming season due to the danger of playing during a pandemic. This morning, WVU safety Kerry Martin Jr. announced that he would be sitting out. Martin played in all 12 games as a freshman and recorded... Continue Reading →