More K-State Preview Video: Trickett & Alford

Clint Trickett and Mario Alford loom large as a key connection for the West Virginia offense as it tests itself once again against a probable two-safety look, this time by No. 13 Kansas State. Here, the quarterback and receiver detail the 'Cats, as well as look at Senior Day and what their careers have meant to each.

Trickett, who ranks sixth nationally in passing yards at 3,173, details what TCU did to amass 41 points and more than 500 yards of offense against Kansas State, exactly how much of that it useful to WVU, the differences in his play from this season to last, and how the rest week could aid an offense that had lost polish, precision and physical execution in the last two games.

Alford, 53 catches for 710 yards and seven scores, along with a pair of kickoff returns for touchdowns, talks about the camaraderie between the junior college players, the competition between such players as they come into a four-year program, hoping to give the Mountaineer fans "something to remember" and the typical mistake-free Kansas State defense and how to stay patient when attacking as a collective offense.


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