Head coach Dana Holgorsen took his place at the podium this afternoon as a part of his weekly Tuesday press conference from inside Milan Puskar Stadium.
In the video courtesy of WVUSports.com, coach Holgorsen spoke of the positives he saw in the team following the physical game against Oklahoma and updated the injury report following the scary hit suffered by senior LB Doug Rigg.
The conversation shifted to this week’s opponent Georgia State. Holgorsen spoke about the changes that will be made for the game, including moving Pat Eger to start at center on Saturday.
Holgorsen mentioned in the later parts of the press conference the rotating of players in and out, along with his opinion on the play of Paul Millard against Oklahoma.
West Virginia (1-1, 0-1 Big 12) will face off against the Georgia State Panthers (0-2, 0-1 Sun Belt) in the first meeting between the two programs at 12PM on Root Sports Pittsburgh.