Under Pressure

LSU made up its defensive mind to pressure West Virginia early and often, and it was effective, according to WVU quarterback Geno Smith.

"I think we should have done a better job of handling it," Geno Smith said after West Virginia's 20-14 loss to LSU. "We'll have to go on and learn from this."

Although WVU didn't surrender a sack to the Tigers, there's still no doubt that the pressure affected West Virginia's offense. The Mountaineers were unable to throw the ball deep as often as they would have liked, and their timing and offensive rhythm were clearly affected as well.

In this interview, Smith addresses the LSU pressure and discusses West Virginia's attempt to combat it.

Geno Smith Interview

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