Full Speed Ahead

WVU quarterback Geno Smith is pleased with his teams progress and the pace of the installation of Dana Holgorsen's offensive system.

After just two days of practice, Geno Smith sees a lot of positives as the offense works to learn the fast-paced attack being taught by Holgorsen and the new offensive staff. Smith, along with fellow quarterbacks Paul Millard and Brian Athey are getting plenty of repetitions as they learn the new system.

In this interview, Smith discusses that progress, the workload he and the other QBs are seeing, and offers a few comparisons between the system West Virginia ran a year ago and the new, 2011 attack.


Geno Smith Interview

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