Hundred Yard Club

Three of WVU's four 100-yard performers detailed their successes and thoughts on West Virginia's 37-34 win over Texas Tech.

Jordan Thompson had his first career 100-yard game against the Red Raiders, hauling in six passes for 109 yards and a touchdown - and made a handful of important plays down the stretch - to help the Mountaineers to a victory.

WVU running back Rushel Shell eclipsed 100 yards for the second game in a row and helped lead the Mountaineer running game to nearly 250 rushing yards against Texas Tech.

Mountaineer receiver Kevin White reached the 100-yard mark for the sixth consecutive game this season, passing former WVU receiver Stedman Bailey for the most consecutive games with 100 or more yards in school history. White tied his season-high with 13 catches and had 123 yards and a touchdown.


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