Mountaineer Defense Anxious For New Challenge

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - For our subscribers, multiple video segments of West Virginia's defensive standouts, including Karl Joseph and Terrell Chestnut, as well as a look at the play of the front by end Christian Brown.

Joseph, the FWAA Player of the Week after his three interception game against Georgia Southern, again tries to move past that contest and center on the upcoming foe in Liberty. Joseph talks about his individual game and that of the Mountaineers overall, his thoughts on the play of the secondary and what he'd like to see this weekend in WVU's second game.


Chestnut, below, gets into the Liberty offense, including their reliable quarterback and the challenges against a high end receiver and a solid set of skill position talent. He also details the major differences - and there re many - between GSU's triple option and the more typical pro sets the defense will see from the Flames.


Brown, who recorded four tackles in his second career start last week, speaks to his play and that of the line, and the variations on blocking schemes and assignments they will see this week. Brown also notes what the line can carry over from the initial game, and how the Mountaineers squeezed Georgia Southern's rushing attack to force everything to their speed players outside - and how those same fundamentals will be key this week.



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