November 27, 2013
Behind Enemy Lines: Iowa State
As part of our final part of a continued series to give an opponent's perspective on West Virginia's upcoming matchups, CycloneReport.com Publisher Paul Clark gives WVSports.com some insight on Iowa State (2-9, 1-7) and what the Mountaineers (4-7, 2-6) should expect out of the Cyclones on senior day in Morgantown.
1. Who plays quarterback for the Cyclones and what can West Virginia expect with either option?
Redshirt freshman Grant Rohach will likely be the starter and primary QB on Saturday at WVU, but it's likely that sophomore Sam Richardson will play, too. Richardson has been beset by injuries much of the year after being the starter earlier in the season. The two are more similar than different.
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