For Tito Gonzales, a 2008 captain and a member of the AFCA Good Works team, it's the culmination of a career in which he overcame many challenges. Told he would never play at WVU, the Tampa, Fla., native worked his way into the starting lineup and became a contributor to WVU's recent run of bowl successes. Ever one to provide thoughtful answers, Gonzales shared his plans for his final pregame preparations, and also detailed what his time as a Mountaineer has meant to him.
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