WVU wide receiver Bradley Starks acknowledges that West Virginia has practiced a bit less in preparation for Tuesday's Champs Sports Bowl, but he believes the intensity of the work put in, combined with strategic rests, will have the Mountaineers ready for the game.
December 26, 2010
While many theories abound as to the reasons for West Virginia's offensive struggles in 2010, wide receiver Bradley Starks believes they all boil down to one root cause.
October 30, 2010
Following West Virginia's win over UNLV, wide receivers coach Lonnie Galloway noted that it was important for Bradley Starks to continue the practice habits that lead to his great performance in that game.
October 15, 2010
WVU wide receiver Bradley Starks seemed as if he was headed for a lost senior season until his four-catch, three touchdown performance against UNLV.
October 10, 2010
After missing the final regular season game of his sophomore season due to a concussion, wide receiver Bradley Starks is looking forward to wrapping up his season in the right way when the Mountaineers take on Florida State in the Gator Bowl on Friday.
December 31, 2009
While it is still up in the air who will be the Mountaineers' starting quarterback on Saturday when they take on Connecticut, players and fans alike are feeling much more confident in freshmen quarterback Geno Smith following his performance against Marshall. WVU still has a third option as well in Bradley Starks, who continues to get a sprinkling of work at the position.
October 23, 2009
One of the main points of conversation during West Virginia's spring football practice – and discussion points of the unfolding summer – is the change in the Mountaineer passing attack. One player on the roster is uniquely suited to analyze them.
Although he's still a quarterback at heart (and likely in competition next year and beyond) Bradley Starks showed his capabilities at wide receiver in WVU's 31-30 win over North Carolina in the Meineke Car Care Bowl.
December 29, 2008