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If West Virginia hopes to return to its winning ways on Saturday against Marshall, a big part of doing so will undoubtedly stem from the performance of the offensive line.

In last week's loss at Colorado, perhaps the most alarming of West Virginia's struggles was an inability to convert short-yardage plays, particularly on third down. In all, the Mountaineers had five chances to convert a third down of less than two yards. They converted zero. They also failed to convert a fourth-and-one in the third quarter which would have sustained a drive in Colorado territory...

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