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Aaron Hawley

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Aaron Hawley was born in Morgantown, West Virginia in 1979. He graduated from Morgantown High School in 1997, and the University of Maryland in 2001. The greatest sporting event he ever attended was watching the WVU Men’s Basketball team beat Duke to advance to the Sweet 16 in 2008 NCAA Tournament.

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West Virginia Vs. Gonzaga: 'Eers Face 'Zags To Start 2012 Tourney Run

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Well, folks, it all comes down to this: win and keep the season alive, lose and go home. For a Mountaineer team that was as frustrating this season as it was fascinating, literally anything can...

Big East Tournament 2012: Mountaineers Begin Final Big East Tournament

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Well, it's all come down to this, the first of two one and done tournaments which will go a long way towards whether or not Mountaineer fans consider this to have been a successful season. Here's...

West Virginia Vs. South Florida: Bryant's Perfect Day At The Free Throw Line Leads 'Eers To Victory, 50-44

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The Mountaineers went into South Florida needing a win, and got one, 50-44. More surprisingly, they won the game at the free throw line, something WVU has struggled with all season. Truck Bryant...

West Virginia Vs. South Florida: 'Eers Lead Bulls 24-19 After 1st Half

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As anticipated, today’s game in Tampa is a defensive slug fest and the Mountaineers lead the Bulls by a 24-19 margin. Made baskets have been hard to come by for both teams, who are each playing a...

West Virginia Vs. South Florida: Mountaineers Close Out Regular Season In Tampa

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Both the Bulls and the 'Eers eye NCAA tournament bids as they square off in the last regular season game of the year.

West Virginia's Najee Goode Talks NFL Combine, Reflects On WVU Career

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Former Mountaineer linebacker Najee Goode talks to SBNation Pittsburgh about the NFL Combine and his career as a Mountaineer.

Marquette Vs. West Virginia: Mountaineers Look To Avoid Total Collapse

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Well, it all comes down to this. When WVU squares off at home against Marquette tonight, it might as well be a tournament game because if the 'Eers lose, they become prohibitive longshots to make...

West Virginia Vs. Notre Dame: White Hot Irish Blow Out 'Eers, 71-44

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It was a mere twenty minutes of basketball ago that WVU fan's were optimistic, with the 'Eers trailing by a mere two points at halftime. How quickly things would change. Notre Dame came out in...

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