September 29, 2008
Stewart wants physicality to become Mountaineer staple
Earlier this season, head coach Bill Stewart proclaimed the West Virginia offense would rally around the "5-7-9" mantra. Pat White, Noel Devine and Jock Sanders combined for 329 yards in Saturday's 27-3 win, but it was the utilization of backup quarterback Jarrett Brown that had the head coach chiming.
"We have got to become more than a one-dimentionalist No. 7 (Devine) or a two-dimensional-No. 7 and No. 5 (White)-football team," said Stewart during his Sunday teleconference. "We tried to spread the wealth by getting No. 16 (Brown) in the ballgame while Pat was in the game. That was very big."
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