August 6, 2008

WVSports.com's Blogging at Camp Mountaineer

MORGANTOWN--Were the season to start today, Jock Sanders would probably be the No. 2 tailback behind Noel Devine. That much is certain.

After that, said running-slotbacks coach Chris Beatty Tuesday, "nobody has really separated themselves. Nobody is emerging, they all have a lot to learn."

Devine is the most exciting running back to come West Virginia's way since Steve Slaton's freshman season. When Slaton went down early in the Fiesta Bowl, No. 7 showed the run game belonged to him.

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