West Virginia Attempting To Refocus For Kansas

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - West Virginia's defensive coaches are looking to build on two-straight wins heading into a matchup with the Jayhawks on the road this week.

Above, West Virginia defensive coordinator Tony Gibson talks about how his group has bounced back after a tough month of October to string together two-straight solid defensive outings. Gibson said cornerback Daryl Worley has been playing as well as anyone on the defense in recent weeks, and has kept his confidence up despite struggling against some prolific receivers in the last few games.

After an exceptional outing against Texas, West Virginia's special teams coverage units will be looking to keep the momentum rolling this weekend. Below, safeties coach Joe DeForest talks about the energy player like Nana Kyeremeh and Sean Walters have brought to the kick coverage team and how important a role they play.

Kansas may be taking the field with a limited amount of scholarship players this season, but West Virginia defensive line coach Bruce Tall said there are plenty of ways to field a competitive team in that scenario. Above, Tall talks about the recruiting strategy of schools with fewer scholarships available, and details the challenges Kansas' offense will pose this weekend.

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