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Cornering The Field

One of West Virginia's priorities during spring football practice has been to identify players at the cornerback position to replace departed seniors Anthony Mims and Dee McCann. Veteran returnees Larry Williams and Antonio Lewis have been the frontrunners at those vital spots so far, but an interesting and spirited battle has developed for the backup positions.

One of the youngsters in the fight for playing time is redshirt freshman Kent Richardson. A confident player who isn't as vocal as some of WVU's brash corners in the Rich Rodriguez era (he certainly doesn't approach the on-field volume of Lewis or an Adam Jones), Richardson nonetheless is pleased by his progress to date, which has seen him taking snaps with the second unit for much of the...

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