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Bouncing back. Iron man stints. Potential starts. These topics and more were discussed as West Virginia's players took the field at Barry University on Friday.

WVU punter and kickoff specialist Corey Smith described his bounceback process and battle to win back the punting job after midseason struggles. Will Clark and Jorge Wright, both of whom will have to play more snaps with the absence of Josh Taylor, are matter-of-fact about the challenge. And Wes Tonkery, who is the leading candidate to replace the injured Terence Garvin, didn't seem overexcited about the process -- likely the best approach for his first college start.





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