Henry repeatedly beat single coverage from the Syracuse secondary to record the monster receiving day, and might have easily topped the 300 yard mark had he come up with another pair of passes that wound up being narrow misses. Rasheed Marshall was also a contender for the award, as he battled through a finger injury to throw the ball well.
"I'm a litte surprised they didn't double cover me," the reticent Henry siad after the game. "But when you have both a running and a passing game, it's tough to cover everything.
Hardee, playing more than he has ever played in a single game for theMountaineers, added two tackles (unofficially), along with a big sack that thwarted another Syracuse drive.
Hardee has proven to have a knack for knocking down passes along the defensive line, and his big batdowns today were a huge boosts for the Mountaineer defense.