Despite missing part of the game with an injury, sophomore defensive back Sidney Glover was a key player in WVU's 13-7 win over USF.
The Warren, Oh., native had had two takeaways inside his own five-yard line to help West Virginia to the regular season finale victory. He forced and recovered a fumble on the West Virginia five on USF's first possession, and intercepted a pass in the end zone to deny the Bulls on a second-quarter drive. That pick sparked a WVU scoring drive that gave the Mountaineers the lead for good. Glover also had four tackles.
McAfee also averaged 45.5 yards on four punts, bolstering his bid for the Ray Guy Award, which will be presented this week. McAfee is one of three finalists for the award, which is presented to the best collegiate punter in the nation.