Clint Trickett came into fall camp as West Virginia's starting quarterback, and did nothing but solidify that position during the two weeks of drills. As camp wound down, Trickett discussed getting prepared for Saturday's scrimmage, and keeping composed for the Alabama game in the Georgia Dome.
Paul Millard has been on the opposite side of the spectrum during his tenure at WVU. Millard has never entered a season knowing he is the starter, but still has become a leader in the locker room. Millard details what he sees as his role as the backup and the progress he has seen through fall camp for the team and the player above him on the depth chart.