Penn State Small Ball Tops WVU

West Virginia, which had won 12 of 14 entering Tuesday's game with Penn State, dropped a 5-3 decision which largely lacked any emotional punch. Here, head coach Randy Mazey, along with Connor Dotson and Caleb Potter, detail the issues.

First, Mazey speaks about the lack of emotion, and the lack of execution on key defensive plays and pitches that allowed the Lions to take the early lead and ride their style to the win - Penn State's second over West Virginia in as many seasons.

Dotson, who threw a fantastic 3.2 innings in relief, details his performance, what was working for him, his feelings on coming out off the bullpen and what helped the defense settle behind the right-hander after a poor start.

And finally Potter, who had the big blow early for a homer, but also struggled in hitting into a pair of double plays, talks about the lack of effort, his play, his varying plate approaches and revamping for an Oklahoma team that will be the best offensive squad the Mountaineers have played this season.

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