Clint Trickett was near perfect with the exception of one interception. WVU's quarterback finished with 511 passing yards, and 4 touchdowns. Both were career highs. Trickett spoke to the media after Saturday's big win, and discussed the teams success throwing the ball down the field, and how the rainy conditions affected the game.
Coach Dana Holgorsen said last week that if wide receiver Kevin White wanted to be an elite college player, he was going to need to find the end zone more often. White did that and more in WVU's victory over Maryland. White finished with huge numbers; 216 receiving yards, and a 44 yard touchdown that came in the second quarter. The wide receiver noted, after the game, that last year's team would not have been able to pull out the win, and was proud that his squad, this season, did not give up.
Finally, Josh Lambert did not finish the day perfect, going one of two for field goals. Lambert hit the one that mattered though, as he nailed the the game winning field goal to push the Mountaineers to their second win of the season.