BGN Video: More K-State Reactions

Those looking for answers to West Virginia's slow starts, stretches of good play and inability to finish games are as puzzled as the players producing those results.

Darwin Cook noted that he doesn't feel a lack of consistency or confidence himself, and doesn't see that in his teammates.

Clint Trickett was clearly down on himself in this interview session, and put the blame for offensive woes on himself.

Will Clarke pointed out that he didn't want to dwell on WVU's third down woes of a week ago, and that he felt like the team had success early in that regard, but admitted it was a key factor again this week.

Nick Kindler also pointed out the similarities in last week game, and believes the team is still playing together and for each other, but admits "it's on us" to correct the problems that plague the offense.

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