Monday, September 03, 2007

A Signature Move in Morgantown

This is the kind of commitment we are looking for. Reader Dan prepares for West Virginia's 62-24 dismantling of Western Michigan on Saturday in Morgantown.

Yes, we now understand why West Virginia was voted the No. 1 party school.

West Virginia was so impressive that after the game, Western Michigan safety C.J. Wilson asked reporters if they could get him an autograph from the Mountaineers' Pat White and Steve Slaton.

"They've got it. And if you talk to them, tell them that I wouldn't mind an autograph," Wilson said, laughing. "I can't recall playing against a backfield like that.

"Their speed makes a difference. White's a quarterback but he is extremely athletic. He can run and throw. Then they have Slaton, who when he gets it, he's special."

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