July 20, 2011
Johnson: Backs a brotherhood
Don't tell sophomore Trey Johnson that the running back competition is just that, a competition. That's because the Richmond, Va. native looks at the upcoming battle as a chance for the stable of West Virginia tailbacks to improve and develop into a more well-rounded unit.
"It's just getting close to a lot of brothers. Being in the past West Virginia didn't have any backup running backs. I feel like this year we're going to have multiple backs in the backfield," he said. "Have a power, have a scat back and have a balance back. It's a big family back there."
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