In West Virginia's win against No. 11 Oklahoma State Saturday, the Mountaineers saw a total team effort on both offense and defense.
Junior quarterback Clint Trickett completed 24-of-50 passes in his first start as West Virginia's signal caller for 309 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions. After the game, he talked about getting to live his dream of playing quarterback for the Mountaineers.
Defensive coordinator Keith Patterson and linebacker Jared Barber both saw the Mountaineer defense come together and buy in after a disappointing performance against Maryland a week ago.