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With solid veterans like Pat Liebig, Keilen Dykes, and Craig Wilson, the defensive line is one of West Virginia's most experienced positions. The emergence of one of the line's youngest players could pay off big as the Mountaineers continue their 12 round fight.

When the Mountaineer defense took the field for the first time Thursday night, it was James Ingram, the Cleveland Heights, Oh. native, who started at defensive end. Ingram will likely be in that same spot when the West Virginia defense takes the field at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium on Saturday afternoon for a 4:30 tilt with Conference USA foe East Carolina. In just a year and change in Morgantown...

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