A Look At WVU's Offensive Drills

We look at the play of West Virginia's offense, from quarterbacks to the line, and all points in between, at Saturday's practice in Shepherdstown.

It wasn't pretty, this offensive display, especially when paired against a WVU defense that returns 10 starters and is clearly far ahead of this side of the ball. But there were bright spots as the Mountaineers search for continuity early. Check out the line play below, then some work from the quarterbacks followed by a fast-paced drill for receivers and backs.

Up next, a quick look at the quarterbacks (more on them in another video segment), along with a placekick from Josh Lambert, who was solid but not perfect during the scrimmage session.

And last, a look at a circular pass catching drill ran by assistants JaJuan Seider and Lonnie Galloway. It's a prime example of how head coach Dana Holgorsen's set-up gives max reps to players in as short a time as possible.

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