In the video above, here from the man who got West Virginia's ninth inning rally started with a one-out double. Two batters later, Galusky was motoring around third and beating a close play at home to tie the game 4-4 and give the Mountaineers new life after they had given up the lead on a three-run homer in the top of the ninth. In his postgame interview, Galusky talks about the wild finish to game 1 of the series against Oklahoma State and breaks down the key moments that titled the scales in WVU's favor.
West Virginia Freshman Shortstop Jimmy Galusky Played a Key Role In a Come From Behind Win Over OSU in Extra Innings.
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