Holgorsen: Key Upcoming Days For WVU

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Dana Holgorsen said West Virginia has taken approximately 1,000 team and individual reps over camp, and will look to move into two-minute and third down work, as well as the four-minute offense on Thursday. Check out his comments, and an update on Saturday's upcoming scrimmage.

Holgorsen took the initial portions of the press conference to delve into the play of Rushel Shell, who the coach said has a reputation of an unstoppable force, but that the reality is far different. He also spoke to the play of Wendell Smallwood and Shelton Gibson, as well as his first-year receivers. Holgorsen also detailed some camp battles, and who the back-up 11 could be on defense, as well as noting that there are starting battles at wideout and guard on offense.

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