Concentration, Focus Lacking

While many theories abound as to the reasons for West Virginia's offensive struggles in 2010, wide receiver Bradley Starks believes they all boil down to one root cause.

Bradley Starks provide West Virginia with an early lead against UConn, bursting out of the backfield on a sweep and racing 53 yards for a first-quarter score. Thereafter, the Mountaineers were able to put just two field goals on the board, repeating a pattern of early success followed by deteriorating performance as games progress.

While the number and types of errors have been many, Starks thinks that most of them can be reduced to a lack of concentration -- mental aspects of the game that might not be readily apparent in a box score or an analysis of play calls.

In this post-game talk, Starks describes his touchdown run and explains his reasoning for WVU's mystifying lack of consistent offensive productivity.


Bradley Starks Interview


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