Work Plan

West Virginia's scripted 80-play scrimmage on Saturday didn't include a great deal of work of the passing game, but that was o.k. in the opinion of slot receiver Jock Sanders.

West Virginia's defense, albeit minus four players for much of the day, held the upper hand over an offense that worked on its inside run and perimeter edge attack for much of the afternoon.

Following the session, senior Jock Sanders offered his assessment, and spoke on the difficulty of establishing continuity in a session that broke up offensive situations into different segments of work.

Jock Sanders Interview

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