Certainly West Virginia’s ground attack must improve this coming season if its offense as a whole is going to make strides. In 2019, WVU managed only
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all starts with a good OL. When the OL gets better the run game will get better.
I will add, following up on Greg’s point, that the RBs have to do a better job of making people miss. That isn’t the whole story – they can’t be expected to dodge guys in the backfield or at the line on every play – but there were a number of times last year when an open field move could hae resulted in a lot more yardage.
I know we can’t expect that all the time, but I felt like that was something that was missing to a large degree last year.