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A number of opinions exist among West Virginia players and fans about the move from the 3-3 stack to the 3-4/4-3 defense, but for one Mountaineer defender there's no doubt about which one fits him best.

Linebacker Isaiah Bruce played both the 3-3 and the 3-4 in high school, so he was familiar with the basic concepts of both systems before he ever set foot on the West Virginia campus. During the recruiting process, he thought that the 3-3 suited his talents the best, so WVU's offer immediately caught his attention. After arriving on campus, however, Bruce began to see things differently. "In...

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