WVU Offense Looks To Establish Better Flow

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - West Virginia's offense hit stride early in th second half,scoring four touchdowns in the 44-0 romp over Georgia Southern. What was most missing was consistency, according to players and coaches. And how to develop that? The additional game experience against Liberty for one.

First, Wendeall Smallwood reflects upon his second half performance and how the Mountaineers' cranked up the ground game, gives insights as to his hopes for the ensuing game and details his approach and how West Virginia could attack Liberty's 4-3 set this weekend.

Cody Clay, in this laid back session, speaks to his relationship with his brother and the physical distance between them, his surprises from the win, and the ability of the offense to come together over the remainder of the nonconference slate in readying for a brutal October schedule.

And finally, offensive guard Adam Pankey talks about the line play, his own film breakdown as well as that of younger starting teammates, and his thoughts on the WVU running game and pass protection schemes as they both relate to the initial game, and the upcoming contest wwith Liberty.

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