Mountaineers QB and WR have improved since last year's loss to Texas Tech
Clint Trickett and Kevin White would rather not be evaluated by what they contributed to the West Virginia football team last season.
Trickett hurt his throwing shoulder in the Big 12 Conference opener and played with it the rest of the season. White was adapting during his first year in the program.
Now Trickett’s surgically repaired shoulder is sound, and White, well, he’s adapted.
West Virginia’s 6-foot-2, 175-pound quarterback and 6-3, 210-pound wide receiver, both seniors, have been as formidable a pitch-and-catch combination as any in the nation this year.