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The Great Debate: Who is the greatest signal caller WVU has ever produced? (For Ben Kercheval's complete article on this topic, check out pg. 91 in this year's magazine!)
Pat White (10,529 total yards & 4 bowl wins)
Major Harris (Led WVU to Natn'l title game appearance; 2-time Heisman finalist)
Geno Smith (Orange Bowl champ; WVU's all-time leading passer)
Jeff Hostetler (18-6 at WVU; Super Bowl Champ)
Marc Bulger (Set 25 WVU school records; fastest in NFL history to 1,000 completions)

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Pics of Vegas Part 1

Pics of Vegas Part 1

There was a lot of sunshine and points that cascaded on Mountaineer field against the UNLV Runnin' Rebels, actually the most points ever scored by a Bill Stewart team.  Although Coach Stewart isn't in to "style points" the rest of the nation got a glimpse at how athletic WVU really is and what they hope to become on a weekly basis - a team efficient at scoring.  

Albeit the Rebels were severely injured and out-manned coming into the contest, WVU's domination is what good teams do when facing an opponent that isn't up to their level.  

Below are some of the images from Saturday's game:


Mountaineer Great Amos Zeroue was one of the many former Mountaineers in town to see fellow alum Mark Bulger enshrined into the WVU Sports Hall of Fame.



The Drumline begins to whip up a frenzy.


The Wideouts gather in pregame to prepare to warm-up.


Ivan McCartney hauls in a pass as Coach Galloway watches the route running during warm-ups.


Matt Lindamood and the Mountaineers circle up before heading back into the locker room one final time before kickoff.  The West Virginia native, Lindamood, would score a 1-yard rushing TD in the fourth quarter.


Chris Neild barks out his expectations to his line-mates.


It's gametime.  The cheerleaders begin the rush of blue and gold while JT Thomas carries in the sledge hammer.


How fast can Brad Starks go from 0 to 100?  In 4 receptions!  Starks hauls in his first of 3 touchdown receptions, this one covering 38 yards.


JT Thomas and Julian Miller meet at UNLV signal caller Omar Clayton.


Terrance Garvin returns a fumble which occurred after a Keith Tandy interception to the Rebels 30-yard line.


Scooter Berry tracks down the UNLV player and ends up making a diving tackle.


JT Thomas applies pressure to the Rebels Omar Clayton.  Clayton never had enough time in the pocket has he only had 79-yards passing on 12 of 18 attempts.


Check back often for part 2 of the photos, I'm sure Brad Starks appears again, and again, and again ...........

(photos property of WVU Athletics)

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