They's a-feudin' in the hills. In anticipation of the Sept. 2 Marshall vs. WVU season opener, a WVU student was busted taking notes at the Marshall spring football game. Adding to the intrigue, the WVU student was reportedly driving a 2006 Mercedes-Benz on loan from the dealership that loans vehicles to WVU's athletics program, has a work-study job at WVU's athletics building, and was found to have contact information for WVU coaches in his pockets. Naturally, WVU claims the student was acting independently.
WVU fans publish the illicit fruits of their intrastate espionage
There is no truth to the rumor that Willie Martinez has blamed UGA's Sugar Bowl performance on the theft of his defensive game plan by WVU spies. Martinez had no plan to steal.
[Hat Tip: Deadspin]