West Virginia Held A 100-Play Scrimmage On Saturday

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Head coach Dana Holgorsen detailed West Virginia's spring session, which continued Saturday with a 100-play scrimmage dominated by the offense.

Holgorsen, above, discussed the progression on both sides of the ball, and where he believes the team is in relation to past springs, as well as his hopes for the remainder of drills. Holgorsen also detailed the depth issues at wide receiver, the play of Rushel Shell, Skyler Howard's continued development in the passing game and David Sills' continued efforts at both quarterback and receiver. Holgorsen also gave a brief statement on placekicker Josh Lambert, who was ruled ineligible for the first three games this season, saying that he was glad Lambert would be a member of the team.

Check back soon with BlueGoldNews.com so updates on the scrimmage, player and assistant coach interviews, analysis, observations and more.


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