BGN Video: Offensive Progress

There were only three games last year where the West Virginia offense threw for 300 or more yards.

But in Saturday's season opener against No. 2 Alabama, the Mountaineers once again showed signs of the team that was able to be one of the most dangerous passing teams in the country in the two seasons before that. Clint Trickett threw for 365 yards and a score with no interceptions.

It was the first time a WVU quarterback threw for 300 yards without throwing an interception since Geno Smith did it Nov. 10, 2012 against Oklahoma State.

After the game, Trickett, Mario Alford and Jordan Thompson talked about the progress the offense has made and where it can improve.

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