HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Western Kentucky denied Marshall on its patented 3-point shot in the final 3.3 seconds and escaped with a Conference USA win, 69-67, over the Thundering Herd in a matinee Sunday at Cam Henderson Center. Marshall’s Andy Taylor made one of two free throws with 4.2 seconds left to make it 69-67. He
The appointment is pending contract approval by the university's Board of Governors.
Charles Huff a top assistant at Alabama
Marshall's second half comeback came up just short as WKU pulled away in the final minutes.
By Bill Cornwell HUNTINGTON – Barring any further Covid-19 issues, Marshall returns to action this weekend with a pair of Conference USA games with the Herd’s top league rival. Marshall (7-2, 1-1) travels to Western Kentucky (9-4, 2-2) for a Friday evening contest which starts at 5 at Diddle Arena, while the two teams will face each
Doc Holliday says Marshall President Dr. Jerome Gilbert never spoke to him about the decision to let his contract expire.
COVID-19, contract tracing and other injuries left Marshall without enough players for the weekend doubleheader.
Doc Holliday posted 85 wins, including six bowl victories in 11 years, but it wasn't enough to keep his job as the Herd's football coach.
After 11 seasons and 85 wins, it was announced on Monday Doc Holliday's contract would not be renewed.
Marshall was down 17 at the half but got the offense cranked up in the final 20 minutes.
Former all-stater at Logan has cracked rotation early into Marshall career.
Freshman from Chapmanville off to strong start at Marshall.
Marshall's offensive struggles continued as Buffalo scored late to secure the win.
Marshall used a second half surge to pull away from the Bulldogs.
Quarterback Grant Wells and linebacker Tavante Beckett also received individual honors.
The Herd is coming off a win vs. Robert Morris and continue its momentum.
Three key players for the Herd are focusing on preparing for the NFL Draft.
Marshall players have racked up all-conference honors.
Clarksburg native is Marshall's all-time leader in steals and has joined 1,000-point club.
Jannson Williams scored 24 points as Marshall defeated Robert Morris 85-71.