Althouhh head coach Rich Rodriguez noted that Jones did not have his best game against the Orange, Jones was a key component of a Mountaineer defense that yielded only 66 yards rushing to the Orange.
Another Award for PacMan
Jones, a 5-11 junior cornerback from College Park, Ga., recorded six solo tackles and one assist in West Virginia's 27-6 win over Syracuse. Two of his tackles resulted in losses of 12 yards. He also notched his first career sack to snuff a late Syracuse drive.
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