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West Virginia's Nate Sowers didn't expect that his biggest plays of the season would come on special teams, but his two solo tackles, including the hit of the game, helped spark WVU's comeback win over Georgia Tech in the Gator Bowl.

Sowers made his hits on two of West Virginia's third quarter kickoffs. The first limited the Yellow Jackets to an 11-yard return and...

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