BGN Video: McBroom and Cramer

West Virginia's current and future first basemen discuss the series win over Texas, the season as a whole and the difference in team mentality after the pitching moves by head coach Randy Mazey.

Ryan McBroom, who Mazey describes as among his finest players on and off the field, speaks to what Hawley Field has meant to him as a four-year player, how far the fan base and program has come in two Big 12 seasons and WVU's ability to keep momentum rolling heading into Tuesday's sold-out nonconference game versus Virginia Tech in Princeton.

Designated hitter Jackson Cramer, below, went 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored, accounting for a full third of WVU's 12 runs. The designated hitter delves into his approach this season, his expectation of competing for the first base job next season and what he sees as a key to maintaining focus down the stretch to secure the Mountaineers' first NCAA bid since 1996.

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