Brandon Hogan became the first West Virginia player selected in the 2011 NFL Draft, going in the 4th round with the 98th overall pick to the Carolina Panthers on Saturday.
After a Mountaineer workout inside the Caperton Indoor Practice Facility on Saturday, West Virginia offensive coordinator Jeff Mullen refused to confirm or deny reports that he has interviewed for the head coaching position at Kent State.
December 11, 2010
WVU head coach Bill Stewart has announced that starting cornerback Brandon Hogan is indefinitely suspended from the Mountaineer football team.
September 14, 2010
WVU cornerback Brandon Hogan earned a college scholarship on the basis of his offensive abilities, but at West Virginia it's been his big defensive plays that have made him a valued member of the team.
September 4, 2010
Just a few short months ago, it would have been hard to imagine Brandon Hogan as a leader on the 2010 of the Mountaineer football team.
August 21, 2010
WVU safety Robert Sands earned his second preseason watch list nomination on Monday when he was placed as a candidate for the Jim Thorpe Award. Sands was joined by teammate Brandon Hogan on the 35-member list.
West Virginia put two players on the list of Big East honorees for their performances in the Mountaineers' 35-20 win over East Carolina.
September 14, 2009