October 20, 2013
On Saturday in West Virginia's tough 37-27 loss to No. 16 Texas Tech, the offense finally started to click during the second and third quarter. A large part of that success had to do with running back Dreamius Smith.
Smith rushed for 89 yards on sixteen carries and also scored two touchdowns. He ran behind an offensive line that blocked well for him.
"The offensive line has been working hard day in and day out," said Smith, "They didn't take a play off, today we knew we could trust them and keep running the ball, they told us to get behind and they'd make way, so we did."
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