Galloway, Players Detail Aggies And Bowl Prep

One would be hard pressed to find a West Virginia player or coach who believes the Mountaineers aren't nearing their peak and quite excited to play in this most recent incarnation of the Liberty Bowl.Here, receivers coach Lonnie Galloway, along with running back Rushel Shell and guard Mark Glowinski, discuss the game preparation and practices and give their thoughts on the season as a whole.

First, Galloway reviews West Virginia's most recent practice session - the Mountaineers drilled in the drizzle here in Memphis - and details Kevin White's mentality as the receiver readies for his final collegiate game. Galloway also dissects some of the potential Texas A&M defensive schemes and explains the development and cohesiveness of the quarterback-receiver relationship with Skyler Howard being named the starter.

Glowinksi, like White playing in his final game as a Mountaineer, explains what the emotions are for that experience, expounds upon WVU's ability to roll in two, and perhaps three, reserve lineman as they have in the latter games this season, and dissects the differences in blocking for Clint Trickett and the more mobile Howard.

Finally, Shell gives an update on his health, details the rehabilitation of his ankle, and delves into what his experience has been like playing at West Virginia - as opposed to rival Pitt, where Shell started his career.

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