Sophomore quarterback Patrick White almost single-handedly got West Virginia back into the game. The Daphne, Ala., native had a career high 222 passing yards (13-20). He also racked up 125 rushing yards and scored four touchdowns.
Reynaud, White On Honor Roll
Junior wide receiver Darius Reynaud made the list as he racked up 226 all-purpose yards in the 44-34 defeat. Reynaud totaled 142 return yards, 78 receiving yards and six rushing yards.
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