WVU Coaches Take: Special Teams & Defense

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - For our subscribers, a glimpse inside West Virginia's preparation from a coaching perspective on both the defensive and special teams sides of the ball.

First, Mark Scott gives great detail on WVU's special teams approach, and what the Mountaineers will attempt to do against Maryland's return game. Scott also speaks to the practice sessions, and what West Virginia will look to accomplish in the lead-up to a fantastic battle on the third side of the ball.

Tony Gibson, below, provides his review of the Liberty game, including a lackadaisical effort in parts, the remedies for such, the senior leadership that showcased and what he sees from an improving Maryland offense that racked up 35 points in a win over South Florida last week.

Finally, Brian Mitchell also addresses some issues with effort and lack of mental focus that allowed Liberty a handful of downfield plays, what he sees from Maryland with more of a passing threat in Caleb Rowe, their new wideouts and shuffled line-up, and his goals for the final nonconference game.

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