September 19, 2011
WVU must play smart, fast against Tigers
No. 16 West Virginia will play host to No. 3 LSU this weekend in a nationally 8 p.m. televised contest, and Head Coach Dana Holgorsen understands the challenge that the Bayou Bengals will present to the Mountaineers, especially on the offensive side of the ball.
The first thing that sticks out about the Tigers is their overall team speed and ability to get to the football in all three phases of the game, according to Holgorsen. Also the fact that the Tigers are battled tested early in the season with games in a neutral site with Oregon and a road contest against conference foe Mississippi State.
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