Young, who will play his final game at Mountaineer Field next week against Rutgers, discusses USF's game plan and describes the feelings he will be taking into the last game of the 2006 regular season.
Young, who has played well since moving into the starting lineup several weeks ago, said the Bulls' offense, which is similar to that of West Virginia, mixed up their plays well in their 24-19 win. WVU had the right defenses called to stop many of them, but failed to get off blocks or make plays at critical moments.
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