West Virginia Football: Grading Every New Starter's Week 1 Performance

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West Virginia Football: Grading Every New Starter's Week 1 Performance
Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sport

West Virginia's Week 1 debut against William & Mary wasn't the most impressive performance imaginable. 

The Mountaineers needed a 17-point second-half rally and a fourth-quarter touchdown run from freshman Wendell Smallwood to edge the Tribe, 24-17.

However, despite the overall lack of proficiency, WVU did benefit from a number of strong individual performancesmany of which came from its new starters.

Smallwood, quarterback Paul Millard and running back Charles Sims were just a few of the bundle of newcomers who made an impact Saturday afternoon at Milan Puskar Stadium.

 

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