To state West Virginia had offensive difficulties last year against Maryland would be a vast understatement. The current rendition, which seems to be gaining traction for a successful season, has its next major test in a rematch this weekend.
The film from last year's game against Maryland
was like a horror movie. Every other play made staff and players want to scream, and it seemed like the terror could not end soon enough. Now, Lonnie Galloway
sees this Mountaineer team as a much different beast, and hopefully they can be the monster in this year's match. Galloway said he thinks WVU - improved across the board - has a chance to walk away with a mark in the win column.
Although Rushell Shell's performance on the field to this point hasn't amassed the extreme yardage of past WVU backs, assistant coach JaJuan Seider
knows the potential is present. Seider said that he preaches to Shell about slowing the game down, and not worrying about impressing fans - something Shell himself admittedly tried to do in his first appearance at Mountaineer Field last week against Towson.