West Virginia football assistant coaches spoke with the media following Friday's third practice of the spring schedule.
For the first time since he was hired a week ago, WVU running backs coach JaJuan Seider was made available for interviews and discussed the no-brainer that was returning to the school where he played college football and served as a graduate assistant.
Wide receivers coach Lonnie Galloway talked about his position and how the players have come along early on in camp, plus he reflects on what he knows of former WVU receiver Ryan Nehlen, who put on a show at pro day on Thursday.
Safeties coach Tony Gibson outlines the secondary and how the position names have changed from a year ago to what they are now. He discusses the various players competing at each spot and the confidence the group has after a season of playing football in Morgantown.
Offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson makes it clear that there's not much he can take from three days of practice, but that there are plenty of position battles that are intriguing for him to watch and make the spring an exciting time.
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