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MORGANTOWN -

West Virginia brought a balanced offensive attack to the field Saturday that surely pleased Robert Gillespie.

The Mountaineers' running backs coach said after his team's 69-34 win over Marshall that he wished his sophomore rusher, Andrew Buie, had only secured a third quarter handoff from Geno Smith that would have put him over 100 yards and given him his second touchdown of the game.

As it were, only senior Shawne Alston eclipsed the century mark, and he did so in standout fashion, running right through the defenders who got in his way.

Leading up to the season opener, Gillespie and the Mountaineers put the focus on themselves before ever game planning for the Thundering Herd.

Mic'd up for sound, The Dana Holgorsen Show takes you behind the scenes of the first week of game prep for Gillespie and gives you an idea of why the second-year WVU assistant believes he could have had a career in meteorology.

And by the way, the rain absolutely poured down on Mountaineer Field that night at practice.

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