Mazey, in the midst of his longest losing streak during his two-year tenure at West Virginia, speaks to the lack of two-out hitting, his penchant for the quick hook on relievers who "give away runs" and his team's day-to-day approach entering the Tuesday game with Ohio State.
First baseman Ryan McBroom, who was hitting .335 entering the OSU series finale', went 3-for-5 with two RBI against the Cowboys. Here, the discusses his plate approach, what has been working for him and the team struggles in various areas.
Right-hander Ryan Tezak threw six innings in relief, allowing just two earned runs on five hits, his second-longest career outing. That followed a disastrous start by Michael Bennett and a poor relief appearance by Zach Bargeron in which the duo combined for three walks, a hit batsman and a balk in the first inning to put OSU ahead 4-0. Tezak, below, discusses his performance, and what worked on a day in which he was among he few bright spots for West Virginia.