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West Virginia Football Greenbrier Practice Sunday Morning Roundup

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News, notes, photos & video interviews from Saturday's open practice session from the Greenbrier.

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Practice Reports & Features

Fans Entertained at The Greenbrier on Saturday - WVU Athletics
WVU worked out at The Greenbrier on Saturday afternoon.

WVU coaches, players thrilled with Greenbrier experience - Beckley Register-Herald
Temperatures flirted with the 80-degree mark. Thousands of Mountaineer fans put on their gold and blue and snacked on chips, corn dogs and lemonade, and the West Virginia University football team stretched out across to plush football fields at the summer home of the New Orleans Saints.

'Let's give a rah for West Virginia' at The Greenbrier - Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Give West Virginia University fans a reason to come out, wear gold and blue, scream and yell a little and maybe even sing "Take Me Home, Country Roads," and you’re sure to get a crowd.

Quick Hits: WVU Holds Inaugural Practice at The Greenbrier - WVillustrated
A list of some of the biggest takeaways from West Virginia's final open spring practice at The Greenbrier Resort on Saturday afternoon.

Holgorsen tabs Howard as WVU’s starting quarterback - Charleston Gazette
"He’s a different kid. He’s operating well,’’ Holgorsen said of Howard. "I sure hope I’m not jinxing him right now, but he’s operating very well and looks great.

Holgorsen: Howard clearly No. 1 QB - Exponent Telegram
Skyler Howard has left the competition in the dust and has emerged as West Virginia’s quarterback, according to coach Dana Holgorsen.

Howard takes command in WVU QB race - Beckley Register-Herald
West Virginia, it appears, has found its quarterback.

Holgorsen calls Howard ‘clear-cut No. 1′ at quarterback - WV MetroNews
After 11 spring practices, Skyler Howard has the obvious grip on West Virginia’s quarterback job.

The Clear-Cut No. 1 - WVSports.com
Today, prior to practice number twelve, Holgorsen announced junior Skyler Howard is the frontrunner to win the job.

Short-handed defense regains intensity at Greenbrier scrimmage - WV MetroNews
Things turned chippy from the start as West Virginia's spring tour continued in White Sulphur Springs.

WVU holds open practice at Greenbrier - BGN
It didn’t take long for things to get chippy as the West Virginia offense and defense went up against one another Saturday afternoon at The Greenbrier.

West Virginia Mountaineers searching for stars up front - Big 12 Blog - ESPN
"I totally agree with that," Mountaineers offensive line coach Ron Crook said of the thought that WVU's offensive front is star-less. "We have a bunch of hard-nosed guys that come out every day to work and try to get better every day."

Practice continues for WVU football team - Exponent Telegram
it becomes more certain every day that the offensive load this season is going to have to be carried by the running backs.

Buried among the sights, atmosphere, Clay shines - Charleston Gazette
"With Cody you’ve seen a bunch of improvements, little things most can’t see. So his time [on the field] is going to continue to increase."

Interviews

Dana Holgorsen News Conference - WVU Athletics
Dana Holgorsen pre-practice remarks.

WVSports.com TV: Football Interviews - WVSports.com
Seider, DeForest, Howard & Muldrow

WVSports.com TV: Football Interviews - WVSports.com
Gibson, Mitchell, Galloway, Shorts, Orlosky & Chestnutt

VIDEO: Crook, Mitchell, Tall and Dillon - EerSports
Video interviews with Ron Crook, Brian Mitchell, Bruce Tall, and KJ Dillon after West Virginia's practice at The Greenbrier.

WATCH: WVU Assistants React to Spring Practice at The Greenbrier - WVillustrated
Several assistant coaches from the WVU Football team met with the media following Saturday's final open spring practice from The Greenbrier Resort.

Photos

WVU Spring Football Photo Gallery IV - BGN
Photos from West Virginia's Saturday spring football practice session at The Greenbrier

Greenbrier Practice Photo Gallery - EerSports
Photos from West Virginia's practice at The Greenbrier.